Samsung Galaxy S10 5G coming to T-Mobile this Friday

Samsung Galaxy A30 in for review

Samsung Galaxy A30 in for review

After months of speculation, T-Mobile's 5G network will go live Friday (June 28) in six cities: Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and NY. We were hearing estimates previous year that Samsung wanted to start the Galaxy Fold's initial production run at a minimum of 1 million units and that the Fold also wouldn't be a one-off. Going by the earlier leaks, the two models are the LTE and 5G models of the long-awaited Galaxy A90.

The Galaxy Fit e, on the other hand, gets a smaller 0.74-inch PMOLED display and also packs a smaller 70 mAh battery.

While there are only a few 5G markets, anyone can buy the GS10 5G from T-Mobile. T-Mobile will offer 5G network speeds starting this week in the following cities: Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and NY.

To support the new smartphone, T-Mobile is pioneering a technology first with Multi-band Dual Connectivity across the Un-carrier's entire 5G network, aggregating 5G in the millimeter wave band and LTE. These high-frequency signals have a lot of bandwidth, but they don't propagate far or pass through obstacles.

With the Galaxy S10 5G already available at Verizon and coming soon to Sprint, today it's T-Mobile's turn to announce when it'll be begin carrying the phone. The installments are for 24 months on T-Mobile's no-interest equipment installment plan. So much for 5G not costing more, eh? T-Mobile will no doubt use this shortcoming to justify its planned takeover of Sprint. Like the 5G launches we've seen from other carriers, T-Mobile's 5G network won't be available in all areas of those six cities at the start, but unlike the other carriers, T-Mobile actually provided coverage maps for each one, which you can see in the gallery below. At least T-Mobile gives you a helpful map instead of making you hunt for the coverage.

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