Galaxy S10 series, which is Samsung Electronics' 10th anniversary of the Galaxy, will be released in South Korea starting with preorders on March 4.
SK Telecom invited 10 customers, Kang Ho-dong, and Lee Soo-geun to open the event at the T Tower of Eulji-ro headquarters in Seoul at 8:30 a.m. on March 4.
At 7:30 a.m. on the same day, KT also invited 50 pre-booked customers and the girl group Nine Muses to open the event.
LG Uplus did not hold an event on the same day.
It is understood that preorder sales of the Galaxy S10 series, which are going on from the 22nd of last month, are slightly up from the previous Galaxy S9.
Although state-of-the-art technologies such as 'hole display' and front-end fingerprint recognition are applied, except for S10e, store prices have easily surpassed 1 million KRW.
According to SK Telecom's analysis of reservation customers for T-World Direct, 40 percent of all reservation customers chose S10 Plus, 10 percent chose S10e and 40 percent chose S10e.
3 mobile telecommunication businesses are going to carry out a program that supports replacement of 5G phones in accordance with Galaxy S10. Customers who change to 5G terminal after using Galaxy S10 LTE terminal will receive full compensation for their store price.
Galaxy S10 will be officially sold to regular customers on March 8.