Galaxy Note 10+ is the most talked about smartphone on the web but this shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone since Galaxy Note 10+ will hold the title of being Samsung’s flagship device for the current year. The expectations are through the roof when it comes to Galaxy Note 10+’s hardware specs and now, Verizon has made the mistake of leaking an important information about Galaxy Note 10+. A promotional picture from Verizon has shown that Galaxy Note 10+ will support 5G connectivity. 5G Support Confirmed Rumors have been saying for a long time that Galaxy Note 10+ is going to support 5G connectivity but now, we finally have some official confirmation. A brand-new picture of Galaxy Note 10+ has been leaked and it clearly confirms that the upcoming smartphone will support 5G thanks to its powerful Snapdragon 855 Plus CPU that has been recently released by Qualcomm. We should mention that the new 5G technology is supported in only five cities by Verizon. However, the carrier has promised that more than 25 cities are going to support 5G connectivity on Galaxy Note 10+ before 2019 ends. Official Pricing To make things even better the new leak from Verizon also revealed the smartphone’s official pricing. The standard Galaxy Note 10+ model will cost around $1,000 and the premium 5G model will be priced between $1,300 and $1,400. Final Words Galaxy Note 10+ is shaping up to be a great smartphone and there is no doubt about that. The only thing that’s left to wonder about is if Apple will be able to keep. Apple doesn’t have access to Qualcomm’s 5G modems and this means that the next generation of iPhones might not support 5G connectivity in 2019 and that Apple fans will need to wait at least one more year.