Samsung 5G phones

List of All Samsung 5G Phones: Our Top Picks for 2022

Every 5G devices announced so far from Samsung

In 2019, 5G-enabled devices were first coming to the market. And now, in 2022, it is pretty mainstream. The shift from 4G flagship devices to 5G has been so smooth that many people hardly noticed it. Yes, the main reason 5G is not exactly taking all the hype in these new devices is that network providers worldwide cannot provide everyone with 5G network connectivity. Especially in India, it will probably take a couple more years even to be mainstream. Only selected parts of some countries now have access to 5G connectivity.

But that does not mean that you cannot future prove yourself. If you want a device that lasts a couple of years and can support a 5G network when it becomes available and is manufactured by one of the most trusted manufacturers of smartphones, Samsung, you have come to the right place. Samsung was the first company to launch a 5G smartphone last year, and it was the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Since then, many other smartphone manufacturers have joined in, and we now have a wide plethora of phones with 5G connectivity. But for most people, Samsung is still a brand they trust, and if you are also one of them, we have compiled a list of all 5G smartphones from Samsung so far and picked the top Samsung 5G mobiles for 2022 to make your decision easier.

Best Deals on Samsung 5G Phones

Deal 1: Galaxy S21 FE at $599 ($100 OFF)

Deal 2Galaxy S22 Ultra 128GB at $1149 (150$ OFF)

Deal 3: Galaxy Z Fold 3 256GB at $1399 ($400 OFF)

Deal 4: Galaxy A53 5G 128GB at $349 ($100 OFF)

Deal 5: Galaxy S22+ 128GB at $990 (No Disount)

Deal 6: Galaxy S22 128GB at $699 ($100 OFF)

Deal 7: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at $1059 ($140 OFF)

Deal 8: Galaxy S20 FE at $499 ($100 OFF)

Top 6 Picks for the United States

Samsung 5G Phones

Our Ratings

Price

1. Galaxy S22 Ultra

2. Galaxy S22+

3. Galaxy S22

4. Galaxy S21 FE

5. Galaxy A53

6. Galaxy A13


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Here is the list of Samsung 5G phones

Best Samsung 5G Phones for 2022

1. Samsung Galaxy S22 5G Series

Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S22 lineup at its Galaxy Unpacked online event. The series includes three handsets: Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra. The S22 Ultra sports a 6.8-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O panel. The Galaxy S22/S22+ packs a 6.1/6.6-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O flat panel. They are powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Exynos 2200 SoCs depending on the market.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G

2. Samsung Galaxy S21 5G Series

Samsung unveiled 2021’s flagship series, “S21”, which includes vanilla Galaxy S21, plus version Galaxy S21+, and the most-premium version, Galaxy S21 Ultra. Under the hood, all of them pack Snapdragon 888 or Exynos 2100 SoC (depending on region). They all are 5G compatible devices. Both S21 and S21+ sport a similar triple camera arrangement with two 12MP ultra-wide and wide-angle units and a 64MP telephoto lens at the rear. On the other hand, the Galaxy S21 Ultra features a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens paired with 108MP wide-angle lens and two telephoto 10MP sensors. We also get Samsung’s 100x Space Zoom feature with the Ultra variant. As far as pricing is concerned, the Galaxy S21 price starts from Rs 69,999 in India, S21+ has been priced at Rs 81,999, and S21 Ultra costs Rs 1,05,999.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus 5G

3. Samsung Galaxy S20 Series

Samsung’s flagship offering for 2020, the S20 5G series, is the best Samsung offers. Depending on your region, you get the flagship Snapdragon 865 processor or the Exynos counterpart on all three phones. You get a beautiful AMOLED display with QHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate at FHD+ resolution. The highlight feature from Samsung for the S20 series is the cameras. The S20 Ultra model has a 108MP primary sensor and 100x zoom capabilities. The S20+ model comes with a 12MP primary sensor with a 64MP zoom camera capable of 30x zoom. And with the S20 variant, you get the same sensors as the S20+ variant, but the device’s overall size is somewhat smaller with a smaller display and an average camera. The base S20 variant is for customers looking for a more ergonomic phone.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

4. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series

Samsung launched Galaxy Note 20 and the Note 20 Ultra in August 2020. Note 20 packs a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel with a 60Hz refresh rate, while Note 20 Ultra features a 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. Both phones are powered by Snapdragon 865+ / Exynos 990 chipset depending on the market. The Note 20 sports a 12MP primary sensor with OIS, while Note 20 Ulta has a 108MP primary sensor with OIS.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G

5. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Series

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G series came to the market in the second half of 2019. Two devices were launched under this series. The base Galaxy Note 10 comes with an FHD+ 6.3 inch AMOLED display, and the higher variant Note 10 Plus comes with a QHD+ 6.8 inch AMOLED display. The more significant device also gets a significantly bigger battery to make up for the battery usage of the more prominent display. The Note series stands out as a unique series from Samsung that offers an S pen for smartphone enthusiasts who do most of their smartphones. For those people, the S-pen provides the functionality of a tablet. Besides that, both the devices have the same camera sensor, with an ultra-wide, telephoto, and wide-angle setup. Suppose you write or sketch a lot on your smartphone, jot down notes regularly, and want a device that offers you this functionality and provides a flagship smartphone experience. In that case, the Note 10 series is something that you can consider.

samsung note 10 plus

6. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

This was the first 5G phone from Samsung and the first 5G smartphone overall. The Galaxy S10 5G has a massive 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display making it one of the best. It does not have a high refresh rate, but if you don’t care for it much, this is easily one of the best smartphone displays. You also get six cameras, four in the rear and two in the front. Samsung also includes a Time of flight sensor with wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto cameras. For the first time, Samsung has also included an NPU with the S series to produce better images overall. If you don’t mind a year-old flagship performance, this device is a good deal, mainly because the price is now substantially lower than the original. You can even find it for cheaper in the refurbished or second-hand market.

Samsung Galaxy S10

7. Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G arrived in March 2022 in the United States as the company’s new mid-range smartphone. The A53 is the best alternative for the Pixel 5A and iPhone SE 3 (2022). It will offer four years of major OS upgrades and five years of security updates. It comes with 6.5-inch FHD+ (1080×2400 pixels) Super AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. The display has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. An Exynos 1280 5nm processor with Mali-G68 GPU power the device. The handset packs a 64MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture and OIS support. Other units are a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera, 5MP depth sensor, and 5MP macro camera. We see a 32MP front camera with an f/2.2 aperture. It has In-display Fingerprint sensor support. It is backed by a 5000mAh (typical) battery with 25W fast charging support.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

8. Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G

Samsung Galaxy A52s arrives in India, USA, UK, and Europe as the company’s latest mid-range A series phone. It packs a 6.5-inch Full HD+ 120Hz AMOLED panel. It features the 64MP primary unit, 12MP ultra-wide, 5MP macro and 5MP portrait unit. The device has IP67 ratings for water resistance and a 4500mAh battery with 25W fast charging. The A52s is powered b the latest Snapdragon 778G with support for 12 5G bands.

Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G

9. Samsung Galaxy A90 5G

The less expensive A series lineup from Samsung also offers 5G connectivity now, and the A90 5G is the best of the A series on offer from Samsung. It comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ display, with an edge-to-edge-like design like the flagship series. You also get three cameras at the back wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto. You also get the option of shooting 1080p super steady videos. It also offers a good battery life with a 4,500 mAh battery. You also get an in-display fingerprint sensor here on the A90 5G. If you want to save a few bucks and don’t want to spend a premium on the premium offerings, then the A90 is an excellent option.

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G

10. Samsung Galaxy A71/ A51 5G

Both of these are pretty similar. But there lies a bit of a difference in the form factor and the camera offerings of the two devices. The A71 comes with a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display, while the A51 house a comparatively smaller 6.5-inch FHD+ AMOLED display. These phones come with a massive 4,500 mAh battery, but the A51 with a smaller display should result in somewhat better battery life. As for the optics, we get a 64MP primary camera with the A71 and a 48MP primary camera with the A51. The specifications are the same: a 12MP ultra-wide, 5MP Macro, and 5MP depth sensor. These two are the cheapest 5G devices on the list, and if you are on a budget, you should consider these two 5G phones from Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy A71 5G

11. Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

The Galaxy A52 5G packs a 6.5-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity-O Display with a 120Hz refresh rate and 800 nits. It is one of the most affordable devices to feature an IP67 rating. We get Snapdragon 750G 8nm Mobile Platform that packs Adreno 619 GPU. The A52 5G sports 64MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture and OIS.

Samsung Galaxy A52 5G

About Sagar Choudhury

He is a journalist at DealNTech. He writes on general Android related tech news. He contributes in other categories too. He was working for many other publications. Now a proud member of DealNTech team. He is also a good programmer and web designer. Email: sagar@dealntech.com

2 comments

  1. My Galaxy A71 5G does not work with ATT 5G service. I can NOT make or receive phone calls. Samsung has given me the major run around and done nothing to either fix the phone or give me something else. The phone was advertised as 5G capable, and Samsung should live up to their advertising. I would not have bought this phone without Samsung indicating that the phone was 5G capable.

    If anyone knows how to make the phone work, please let me know.

    • Some phones don’t work with all carriers. Some phone carriers use GSM and other’s CDMA.
      Your phone is a GSM. Not sure if that may be your problem.

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