may have won bragging rights as the world’s first completely integrated 5G smartphone, but now it’s facing some serious performance complaints — problems switching between 5G and LTE networks, lower than expected speeds, and limited 5G coverage, reports today. Compounding the problem, Samsung and three South Korean carriers are said to be “shirking their responsibilities” to early 5G adopters, though it’s unclear exactly where the problems lie.

The most serious early complaint from users is an alleged failure of the Galaxy S10 5G to properly switch from 5G to LTE networks, whereby phones reportedly disconnected entirely from all three carriers’ data service. Multiple reboots of the device are supposedly required to reacquire a 5G connection, even though the S10 5G has separate 5G and

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