Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Note20 Ultra 5G, Note20 5G and the upcoming Z Fold 5G smartphones will be able to tap onto 5G networks.
Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G users can already update their devices to the latest software build to experience the power of 5G, while Galaxy Note20 series and upcoming Galaxy Z Fold2 5G users will receive the update starting from 18 September, the same day that Galaxy Z Fold2 5G becomes available in Singapore.
5G is set to transform the connected experience and Samsung is at the forefront of that transformation. In April 2019, Samsung launched the world’s first commercialised 5G smartphone, and now boasts the widest range of 5G products.
Currently, Samsung ranges five 5G-enabled devices in Singapore: Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, Note20 Ultra 5G, Note20 5G, the upcoming Z Fold2 5G and Tab S7+ 5G.
With faster speeds and improved connectivity, users can look forward to accelerated download times for HD videos, and more reliable and seamless data and calls in busy places. Samsung Galaxy users can also experience hyper-fast upload and download speeds, cumulating to better and more immersive live streaming, sharing and gaming experiences.
Download high quality Netflix programmes in a matter of seconds, or enjoy seamless multitasking on the Galaxy Z Fold 5G with its large cover screen and massive main screen, along with 120Hz refresh rates and 5G so you can have several apps running with advanced Multi-Active window and not miss a beat.
With telecommuting as the new normal, Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G and Note20 5G users can get used to enhanced Google Duo video call experiences. All Samsung Galaxy 5G users can take advantage of a free YouTube Premium trial to enjoy high-speed, uninterrupted streaming on 5G network.
Beyond developing 5G devices, Samsung has worked on an end-to-end 5G ecosystem – spanning chipsets, network infrastructure and mobile devices, creating a perfect environment for 5G innovation and change.