The Samsung Galaxy S10 wasn’t announced at CES 2019 this week, but a lot of what is likely to power the new smartphone is in Las Vegas, from 5G technology to 7nm chipsets. The Galaxy S10 is the biggest imminent product not at CES today.
Samsung did tease some smartphone hints at its CES press conference. “In the first half of this year we’ll be releasing 5G smartphones to the market,” said Samsung CEO and President HS Kim on Wednesday. He proclaims “5G is here and now,” while dropping names of 5G-ready US carriers that Samsung is working: AT&T, Verizon and Sprint.