3 Reasons to Pre-Order the Galaxy S10 5G and 4 Reasons to Wait

It may be tempting to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, but there are some great reasons to delay it for a few days, a few weeks, or even longer.

After waiting for a while, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 with 5G support finally available for purchase in the United States. Galaxy S10 joins the budget Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10e.

As of now, only Verizon is taking orders. The carrier currently has a 5G variant exclusive, but that will change in the coming weeks as competitors like AT&T and T-Mobile launch their own 5G networks.

Galaxy S10 5G is expensive. On Verizon, the 256GB model is $1,299.99 for 24 months or $54.16/month with monthly payments. The 512GB variant is $1,399.99 or $58.33/month for 24 months. However, if you’re willing to pay, you get some interesting benefits.

In addition to being compatible with Verizon’s growing 5G network, the Galaxy S10 5G comes with the largest Galaxy S10 display, premium cameras and faster wireless charging. It’s an interesting alternative to the company’s other models, and a device worth considering as we dive deeper into the year.

The Galaxy S10 5G release date isn’t coming in a few weeks, but you can secure a device right now if that’s what you want to do. There are several reasons to consider pre-ordering. There are also a few reasons to consider leaving your wallet and waiting.

In this Galaxy S10 5G pre-order guide, we’ll cover the best reasons to order now and the best reasons to rain check.

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