After waiting for over two months, Samsung finally launched Galaxy S10 5G last week in South Korea. Well, since then Samsung has been facing issues with the device as complained by some early adopters. That's because the phone is having trouble hanging on to 5G connections, and is failing to connect altogether when trying to fall back to 4G LTE. Further, switching to a 4G LTE network has gone in vain for most 5G savvies as they have had to struggle with endless disconnection issues.
"It is normal that smartphones switch between 5G and 4G naturally so that users cannot notice it, just as they do not feel any delay and buffering phenomena when switching between 3G and 4G", reports Business Korea. Supposedly, in areas where 5G connectivity was not available the phone would remain out of any network coverage, including 4G signal. Meanwhile, SK Telecom, LG U+, and KT have denied any complaints about this problem with connectivity.
Verizon is expected to launch the phone in the United States next month, at which point we'll surely find out whether Verizon's 5G network is any better with the Galaxy S10 5G, or if similar issues arise.
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Samsung claims to have fully optimized the device with 5G networks after rolling out a new firmware on April 6. On the other hand, telecom operators - SK Telecom and LG Uplus noticed complaints dropped after updating their base stations.
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According to industry experts, the problem lies not in the carriers 5G stations but in the lack of network optimization. Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.