Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G to be sold by big four U.S. carriers
Earlier this week, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G was unveiled. It was introduced as the first smartphone to support sub-6 GHz FDD 5G for both T-Mobile and AT&T.
Unfortunately, the T-Mobile and AT&T versions of the device will not support mmWave. This offers faster speeds in the central areas of major cities. The announcement was confirmed to Phone Scoop, even though Verizon Wireless’ version of the phone will support only mmWave 5G.
Even though T-Mobile and AT&T’s version will support sub-6 GHz FDD bands, it won’t be available until later in the year.
So for now, you can enjoy 5G network on this new smartphone with Verizon once it launches on August 23rd. The 256GB model will be sold for $1,300 for black, white, or Aura Glow model. The 512GB model, on the other hand, will be sold at a price of $1,400 and in black color.
Verizon has limited exclusivity for the smartphone. They are the first to sell the smartphone for an undisclosed period of time. Once the exclusivity period ends, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint will start selling the smartphone.