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List of all 5G smartphones which are now officially launched in these selected markets


we have seen companies like Qualcomm and Huawei launching their 5G modems for future smartphones. As expected the company started launching the first-gen 5G smartphones from early 2019, even before the 5G network rollout. However, the 5G services are now available across the US, South Korea, and China. With the 5G smartphones, the users can experience faster data speeds, better stability in the network, and lower latency. Below, is the list of all 5G smartphones, which are now officially launched in these selected markets.

Moto Z3 + 5G Moto Mod

Motorola launched the Moto Z3 smartphone with the Moto Mod support in 2018. Later, the company also unveiled the 5G Moto Mod which can be attached to the Moto Z3 for accessing the 5G network. Now, Verizon is offering 5G services for the Moto Z3 users who also ordered 5G Moto Mod. The Moto Z3 users with an unlimited Verizon plan can get the Moto Mod for just $50 if they sign up for the 5G service which costs an additional $10 per month. The Moto Z3 comes to power by the last-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform. However, the 5G Moto Mod adds support for the sub-6

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone alongside the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy Fold smartphones. The company recently launched its first ever 5G smartphone in South Korea. It will be available in the US via Verizon starting May 16th. Unlike for the Moto Z3 users, Verizon will initially offer 5G services for free to Galaxy S10 5G. It is the world’s first true 5G smartphone to be commercially launched. The device comes with a large 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a Quad HD+ resolution. It comes to power by the 7nm Qualcomm.

Huawei Mate X 5G

At the MWC 2019, Huawei announced the world’s first 5G affordable smartphone called Mate X. The company’s product roadmap revealed the Mate X 5G to be launched in the month of July in China. As of now, the Huawei hasn’t revealed the pricing of its first-ever affordable smartphone. It comes to power by the in-house HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset built on 7nm FinFET node and uses its own balloon 5000 5G modems. Talking about the other details, the device offers 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 512GB of flash storage. It also offers expandable storage option using the proprietary NM (nano-memory)

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