Galaxy S10 debuted last month and was initially made available in three variants; the Galaxy S10e, the standard Galaxy S10 and S10+.
The trio each have nuances in their design and features that separate them from one another.
Galaxy S10e is the smallest and cheapest version of the device and notably forgoes some premium features to achieve its more appealing price tag.
While the device boasts the same fast processor and a similar all-screen design to its more premium brothers, it does not have an ultrasonic fingerprint reader or as capable a camera system as Samsung’s more expensive offerings.
The standard S10 is more premium than the S10e thanks to its higher resolution display, larger battery and telephoto camera system while the S10+ is certainly the most luxurious version of the Samsung device at the moment.
However, that will change on April 5 when Samsung launches the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 that has the biggest battery and display of the product line.
The Galaxy S10 5G comes with a colossal 6.7-inch AMOLED screen that has the resolution of 1440×3040 and the density of 502-pixels-per-inch.
Additionally, the handset also has a massive 4,500mAh battery that should deliver all-day life for users.
Galaxy S10 5G comes with four cameras on its rear thanks to its added time-of-flight (TOF) module.
Besides the added sensor, the S10 5G comes with the same standard, wide-angle and telephoto lenses as the standard S10 and S10+.
Discussing the added functionality offered by the new handset, Samsung said: “The Galaxy S10 5G significantly upgrades the smartphone camera with a neural processing unit (NPU), to help with the perfect shot, as well as six total cameras including the 3D Depth Camera.
“It accurately provides depth information by measuring the length of time for a light signal to bounce off subjects to deliver bokeh effects with Live focus video, measure objects with Quick Measure.
“In addition to delivering the speed to download a season of HD television in minutes or buffer-free experiences for uninterrupted streaming, the Galaxy S10 5G packs a 4,500mAh battery for streaming content and playing games without needing to recharge frequently.
“For those times where power may be low, the Galaxy S10 5G uses Super Fast charging at 25W.”
Samsung has confirmed the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 will be available to purchase in South Korea on April 5 and supported carriers in the region have already started taking pre-orders for it.
The hardware will come in two models; one will have 256GB of storage and the other will have 512GB.
The former will cost 1.39million South Korean won (£933.53) and the latter will retail for 1.55million South Korean won (1,041.14).
S10 5G will be available in majestic black, royal gold and crown silver colours.
The device will come to other markets across the globe, such as the US and the UK, after its initial debut in South Korea.
O2 and EE have already confirmed they will stock the product when their respective 5G networks launch.