Samsung is the biggest smartphone maker in the world, creating everything from best-selling Android handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S range, to budget phones, folding phones, and of course 5G phones.
It has been in the phone business for decades and has gone from strength to strength, where many rivals have faltered.
Why choose a Samsung 5G phone?
Samsung launched some of the very first 5G handsets and launched a reasonable selection of them in a short period of time, so it has plenty of experience.
Samsung’s 5G phones are also among the best 5G phones available, just as some of its 4G handsets rank among the best 4G phones. Indeed, there are 5G models in its key ranges, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note and Samsung Galaxy S ranges.
These phones are cutting-edge in every sense, with top-end power, great cameras, in-screen fingerprint scanners, premium designs and stunning screens.
In fact, Samsung makes its own displays and they’re always ranked at the very top of what you’ll find on a phone, so buying a 5G Samsung phone all but guarantees you’ll get a brilliant screen.
The company isn’t afraid to innovate either, because as well as being early to 5G, it was also among the first companies to launch a folding phone, and looking further back it was among the first to offer phones with curved screens.
And Samsung’s mobile business is focused on phones, rather than tablets (which it only launches a few of), or 5g broadband devices, so it has plenty of expertise.
All of this makes Samsung just about the safest, most reliable choice there is for a 5G handset, whether on contract or bought outright and combined with a 5G SIM Only plan.
If you’ve got 5G coverage then a 5G Samsung phone is the perfect partner.
Notable Samsung 5G phones
Samsung’s 5G phones cover a number of its smartphone ranges, with highlights including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, which was its very first 5G phone and the best entry in the S10 range.
While this was a distinct handset compared to the other Galaxy S10 models, Samsung changed its approach for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, which was a standard Note 10 Plus with added 5G.
Another notable handset is the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, which was one of the first relatively affordable 5G phones from a big brand. Then at the other end of the scale there’s the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which included both 5G and a foldable screen, at a very high price.