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Samsung mmWave-compatible Galaxy S20 is coming to Verizon on June 4th

Verizon is releasing a new version of the 5G Galaxy S20 on June 4th, months after Verizon began selling the Samsung Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra, it’s adding the ‘entry’ S20 to its lineup. The phone now supports millimeter wave 5G, which Verizon currently uses for its Ultra Wideband (UW) service. The Galaxy S20 5G UW will also be compatible with Verizon’s low-band 5G network, which should go live later this year.

Verizon is advertising a number of deals you can use to bring down the price of either the Galaxy S20 UW or another device bought alongside it. You can save $150 if you’re a new or existing customer, and this discount will be applied across 24 monthly bill credits. There are also trade-in discounts, discounts for active Verizon premium Unlimited plans, and discounts on second phones, Samsung tablets, and Samsung wearables depending on your device payment plan.

Along with support for the new 5G technology, Verizon says the Galaxy S20 UW will be available in an exclusive white color scheme alongside the existing pink and gray options, and it will come with 128GB of internal memory. You’ll be able to preorder the new handset starting May 21st from VerizonWireless.com.

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