We’re simply beginning to see leaked photographs of the stylus-packing Samsung Galaxy Word 10 and its higher-specced Plus model, however there’s one thing new within the combine: leaked data on and pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Word 10 Plus 5G.
The primary picture got here courtesy of respected leaker Evan Blass (who provided earlier leaks of the Word 10 Plus, amongst others), who tweeted out what seems to be advert copy pairing the brand new handset with Verizon’s next-generation community, which reads: “Galaxy Word10 Plus 5G meets Verizon 5G. Pre-order immediately and get a Word10 free.*” He adopted it up with a tweet of one other Verizon advert GIF.
What does the Word 10 Plus 5G seem like? An even bigger, wider model of the already-large Word 10, from the seems to be of the leaked picture. True, we don’t see a lot from the advert – and like early photographs of the Word 10 Plus, our metric of comparability is basically how tall it’s in comparison with the stylus – nevertheless it merely seems to be like a sized-up model of the bottom mannequin.
One thing else has appeared supporting the existence of a 5G Word 10: a certification by China’s 3C authority, in accordance with GizmoChina. The 3C database features a itemizing for one SM-N9760, which different experiences have tied to the Galaxy Word 10 Plus.
The entry in query prominently lists a “5G digital cell phone,” which may be very seemingly the 10 Plus 5G, suggesting Samsung views it as a variant slightly than a standalone machine.
A Word 10 … in 5G?
This isn’t an enormous shock, as Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 5G some months after the bottom telephone was launched. That handset was larger, barely higher-specced, and had an additional ToF sensor. As anticipated, carriers with nascent 5G networks, like Verizon and later T-Cell, have supported the S10 5G, which has been the best-performing 5G telephone up to now.
A Word 10 Plus 5G will construct on that path – although with out extra data on what’s packed within the telephone, we will’t foretell which 5G networks it will likely be suitable with. As an illustration, will it observe the S10 5G and simply work with hyperlocal millimeter wave setups, like Verizon 5G? Or will it work with the broader sub-6GHz networks coming from the merged T-Cell 5G and Dash 5G?
If it’s something just like the S10 5G, the Word 10 Plus 5G will likely be larger and higher-specced than the bottom mannequin – the final word model, you possibly can say, for anybody who needs to purchase a telephone to flex with.
- How will the Word 10 Plus 5G stack up towards the handful of 5G telephones available on the market?