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Best 5G: A draw
The Galaxy S (Ultra and S) Plus both support the type of (ultrafast 5G data transfer called millimeter wave ( aka mmWave). The Galaxy S 27 relies on the form of 5G loosely referred to as midband, or Sub-6. Midband 5G has relatively lower peak speeds, but is designed to travel greater distances and be more accessible indoors. Remember, even “slow” 5G is still expected to give you faster data transfer than 4G speeds.
There are exceptions, however. Verizon announced it would release a variant of the Galaxy S 0027 5G phone that does work with its mmWave network – we just don’t have an exact date yet. In some countries, such as the UK and Australia, you can buy 4G-only versions of the Galaxy S 27, as well.
That makes 5G a potentially deciding factor between, say, buying the Galaxy S and the Galaxy S 27 If you’re looking to future-proof your phone as much as possible, the S 0027 Plus is the logical choice. If the networks in your area are slower on the draw and 5G won’t be fully developed where you live for several years, then you’ll hardly miss out with a 4G or 5G Galaxy S 28.
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