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connectivity issues recorded on Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
« on: April 12, 2019, 06:28:32 AM »


Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G are expected to start a week from today for Verizon customers in the states. The phone will be a Big Red exclusive for a bit of time before it becomes available to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint customers. Verizon flipped the switch on its mobile 5G service last week and it is available in two cities, Chicago and Minneapolis. Until the Galaxy S10 5G launches on May 18th, Big Red customers in one of those two cities can experience 5G using the Moto Z3 with the 5G Moto Mod attached.

Meanwhile, in Samsung's home country of South Korea, the Galaxy S10 5G was released earlier this month and according to Business Korea, already there are some problems. Subscribers of the three big wireless providers in the country are complaining that the Galaxy S10 5G has a connectivity issue. When the device moves out of the range of a 5G signal, it is supposed to connect to a 4G LTE network. In fact, the phone is equipped with both a 5G and 4G antenna for such a purpose. Instead, customers of the three Korean carriers say that when they can't connect to a 5G network, the Galaxy S10 5G disconnects completely from their wireless provider's signal. Apparently, it requires several rebooting attempts before a connection is reestablished.

Other complaints lodged by Galaxy S10 5G users include slow data speeds and limited 5G coverage. The next generation of wireless connectivity is supposed to be up to 10 times faster than 4G LTE. It is expected to help create a number of new services and businesses, similar to the way that 4G LTE connectivity helped ride-sharing firms like Uber and Lyft become huge and successful companies.