Alongside all of its announcements today, such as the Galaxy S10 family and the Galaxy Fold, Samsung has announced its first 5G phone – the Galaxy S10 5G.

Like its Galaxy S10 non-5G siblings, it has the same key features such as a Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB of memory, outstanding camera array and large battery. 5G comes with its own challenges such as needing more power and a lot more arrays, resulting in an overall larger phone.

The Galaxy S10 5G sports a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display and is powered by a 4,500mAh, which are the largest displays and batteries on any Galaxy S device ever. The triple camera from the Galaxy S10 Plus is joined by a fourth 3D Depth Camera for which will help with AR experiences, and more importantly, offers the ability to add background blur in videos. The latter feature is essentially Portrait Mode, but in real-time and in video.

The Galaxy S10 5G is coming to Verizon in Q2, where it'll be exclusively available. That means if you want to be the first to 5G, it'll have to be with Verizon. Samsung did not reveal when it'll make its way over to T-Mobile, Sprint or AT&T. However, it should be worth noting that the four major carriers are still in the early process of deploying their 5G infrastructure around the country, so you may not get the full benefits of 5G in 2019.

Samsung did not announce pricing for the Galaxy S10 5G, but given its beastly spec sheet and next-gen technology, we imagine it'll easily eclipse the $1,000 barrier.