Said Galaxy S10+ Performance Edition now sets you back $1,599.99, which nearly makes the S10 5G feel affordable. You'll be able to pre-order 5:55AM Eastern (2:55AM Pacific). The 512GB model is priced at $1,400, or $58.33 per month for 24 months, and may be the better option for those who require lots of local storage as the 5G Galaxy S10 doesn't have a microSD slot. It's available in Majestic Black or Crown silver. That's because Verizon just announced 20 United States cities that will get 5G service this year. Deliveries are scheduled for May 16. Additionally, the S10 5G will be a part of the new $450-off with trade-in deal, but Verizon is adding an extra $200 prepaid gift card for Samsung's first 5G phone (device payment plan required) if you switch over from another carrier.
In terms of promotions, all S10 5G pre-orderers will get a "VIP Kit" that includes a set of Galaxy Buds and a Wireless Charging Battery Pack. Both of these promos have been confirmed through ads Verizon started running tonight. Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband service can only be had with its "Above" and "Beyond" unlimited plans, but it's included for free (a $10/month value) for a limited time. Samsung is already launching a Galaxy S10 5G and the Note line has typically been a dumping ground for every feature imaginable.
Unfortunately, we still don't know the full price of the S10 5G at this point, but should in a few hours.
Finally, the Galaxy S10 5G stands out from its "regular" and "plus" siblings with a grand total of six cameras as well, including a 3D depth sensing lens using super-advanced Time of Flight technology to capture videos with "stunning" blur effects, which we'll have to rigorously review to assess its real-life utility. We're told that the previously rumored May 16 launch date is correct.