Verizon was the first US carrier to essentially put an end to speculation about a Korea-exclusive 5G Galaxy S10, and just 24 hours later, AT&T follows suit with its own indirect confirmation of that highly anticipated device.Once again, the 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 is not mentioned by name, as America’s second-largest wireless service provider cryptically announces plans to “grow its mobile 5G device lineup with a 5G smartphone from Samsung in the first half of 2019.”Obviously, that can only be one…
AT&T confirms its own H1 2019 release of a 5G Samsung phone
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