Out of Control, 06 Sep 2019The reviewer doesn't seem to realise that 5G is a reality already in South Korea, where this p... moreYes, we should very much think of this as a domestic play that happens to also be launching in some other markets as well. (And it does have a place ignoring 5G - it's not unlike the Galaxy S10e in that it's a flagship-SoC phone with some of the costlier features thrown out, but it's substantially bigger. Galaxy S10e+?!?)
Namelesss, 06 Sep 2019I believe the cheapest 5G phone at the moment is still the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G since it sells f... moreAnd how much 5G are you using with carriers barely starting 5G .... ROFL !!!!
I believe the cheapest 5G phone at the moment is still the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G since it sells for about 600 € or less
Is it just me or are others getting annoyed by the OIS guy too?
5G phone not running Huawei's Kirin 990 is pointless. The separate SoC + modem combo Qualcomm is selling it too power hungry and cannot switch 5G carriers
For me personally, spending $1000 for a 4G phone seems not worthed anymore. $400-600 then yes for the likes of K20 Pro or OP7 Pro. More than that well, I think would be better to find 5G phones for that much money.
it looks like a copied chinese phone just with samsung branding xD
dont fall from the chair they are releasing every day the same crap like this with different branding but you keep buying them xD
The reviewer doesn't seem to realise that 5G is a reality already in South Korea, where this phone is being sold. It's a strange mindset to think of 5G where the reviewer is based, not where the device is available. The S10 5G has had very strong sales in South Korea, so this is a very logical and sensible move by Samsung to sell this device to those in their homeland who maybe can't afford the S10 5G.
As for the sides, they are made of aluminium. Why would they use plastic when this has a glass back?
[deleted post]mate so I went to have a look at the comparison and you are talking nonsence