The Samsung Galaxy 5G will soon become the first commercially available 5G phone. It's scheduled to hit South Korea on April 5 and then the US on May 16. Now we are treated to an early unboxing of the upcoming phone and get to see all the goodies it comes with.
The contents of the box reveal the new 25W USB-C charger, along with a double sided type C cable, standard AKG in-ear headset and a USB-C to USB-A adapter. The new charger should offer speedier top-ups compared to the 15W charger found with the other three Galaxy S10 variants. This will mark the first time Samsung ships both a USB-C charging brick a double-sided USB-C cable.
Apart from the contents, we see the phone compared to the Galaxy S10+ and as expected it towers over it and also looks slightly wider. We should get more details on the phone as South Korean users will be receiving the device tomorrow. In the meantime feel free to check out our hands-on for more info.
6 volts 4 ampere would have been great. Current is important for charging any battery. 2 ampere is average.
But this also means that type C to type A adapter cannot be lost. Thankfully, there are third party ones if you lose this. Man, is Samsung trying to be (Cr)Apple?!
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