Galaxy S10 5G arrives in Germany for €1,199

The Galaxy S10 5G is now available to buy in Germany. The flagship 5G smartphone is currently available via Deutsche Telekom and will be available soon via Vodafone. It is priced at €1,199 in the German market and can be purchased through Samsung's online store and partner carriers.

Galaxy S10 5G arrives in Germany

After launching the S10 5G in South Korea, where it has already sold over one million units, Samsung has been gradually bringing the device to various other markets. It has now arrived in Germany, with Deutsche Telekom selling it initially. Vodafone will join the party soon.

"Galaxy S has stood for innovation for ten years. Now we are very excited to bring the first 5G smartphone to Germany to prepare our customers for next-generation mobile communications," said Olaf May, Vice President of IT & Mobile Communications, Samsung Electronics Germany. "It gives users a future-proofed device and can be the first to benefit from the new opportunities that are sure to come faster than expected," he added, hinting at imminent roll out of commercial 5G network in Germany.

Equipped with a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display, the S10 5G is the most powerful Galaxy S smartphone to date. It features six cameras – two in front and four in the back – and a 4,500 mAh battery with 25W fast charging. The device is available in Majestic Black color with 8GB+128GB memory configuration in Germany. Unfortunately, it doesn't have expandable storage.

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