Galaxy S10 released earlier this month in three immediate models.
The smallest and cheapest version of the handset is the Samsung Galaxy S10e that forgoes some premium features in exchange for its more appealing price tag.
Most notably, the hardware does not have an ultrasonic fingerprint reader underneath its AMOLED display like the more premium Galaxy S10 and S10+.
Instead, the hardware has its scanner mounted on its side that also acts as the lock button.
Galaxy S10e also only comes with two camera modules on its rear as opposed to the three present on the Galaxy S10 and S10+.
The cheaper handset comes without a telephoto sensor, meaning it still has with the same standard and wide-angle systems as its more premium brothers.
Samsung’s regular S10 comes with a slightly larger screen than the S10e while the S10+ is certainly the most premium model of the hardware at the moment thanks to its 6.4-inch display, 4,100mAh battery and secondary front-facing camera system.
All three current variants of the Galaxy S10 not only boast more capable internals than the Galaxy S9, but also more appealing designs too.
In fact, Express.co.uk recently compared the Galaxy S10e with the Galaxy S9 and was eager to recommend the former.
However, it appears Samsung is not far from releasing the most premium model of the Galaxy S10 that is even better than Samsung’s last-generation handset thanks to its laudable array of features.
The Galaxy S10 5G was unveiled during the same keynote as the other handsets in the product line and, as the name suggests, the device is capable of delivering incredibly fast internet speeds.
The device comes with a huge 6.7-inch display and has an added time-of-flight (TOF) camera on its rear.
A TOF sensor should allow the S10 5G to deliver more capable augmented reality (AR) and 3D scanning.
One of the other most notable specifications about the flagship is its monstrous 4,500mAh battery that should deliver a full day of usage on a single charge.
While Samsung had initially declared the Galaxy S10 5G would release towards the end of March, the OEM has now confirmed a debut date of April 5 for it, according to a new report from Yonhap News.
The outlet declared the hardware will arrive first in South Korea and will not be subject to a pre-order programme beforehand.
Moreover, it was speculated the S10 5G could cost around 1.5 million South Korean won which is equivalent to around £999.88 at the time of writing.
Those that purchase the product and register it between April 5 and 16 will receive a free pair of Galaxy Buds, a wireless charger and a 50 percent discount for screen replacements valid for a year, Yonhap quoted Samsung as saying.
It is assumed the Galaxy S10 5G will debut in the UK once carriers have launched their respective next-generation networks.