10 years of Struggle and Evolution, The Flagship Samsung Galaxy S10.
Step by step, year after year, we are now at 10 years – the Samsung Galaxy S Series has matured over the past decade with significant progressive upgrades bringing us closer to this elusive “Perfect Smartphone”. The Galaxy S10 is by definition the best of all time, so see how good it is.
According to Samsung (Official)
The Samsung said “It is the result of 10 years of pioneering mobile innovations, Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, introduces the next generation of mobile innovations”. According to Samsung It is entirely redesigned to remove interruptions from your view. No distractions. Precise laser cutting, on-screen security and a dynamic, eye-catching AMOLED make the Infinity-O Display the most innovative Galaxy display ever.
First the Difference between the brothers, the S10 and S10+
There is little that separates the S10 from the S10 + that we looked at more closely, and most of them are a matter of scale. The S10 has a smaller screen than the Plus at 6.1 inches – the 0.3-inch spacing instituted by Samsung between the four S10s. And then with a smaller screen a smaller battery is in order, the capacity of 3.400 mAH a slightly larger degradation than the diagonal. And that’s about it – unless you absolutely insist on 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, only available in Plus size.
Then comes the only difference, which is not just quantitative: the S10 has only one selfie camera. The S10 + is equipped with a depth sensor that makes portraits easier. But generations of Galaxies before this one had only one front camera and we managed to get to here.
Aside from that, the Galaxy S10 comes with the usual annual update of the chip set and its superior silicon, whether it’s Exynos trim or Snapdragon. The camera’s triple configuration at the rear with a brand new ultra-large module is identical to the Plus: two more cameras than last year’s S9 size. If only all incremental upgrades were like this.
The Specs of the smarts
Body: Aluminum frame, Gorilla Glass 6 front, GG5 back, 149.9×70.4×7.8mm, 157g; Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow, Flamingo Pink color schemes. IP68 rating for dust and water protection.
Display: 6.1″ Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED, 1,440×3,040px, 19:9 (2.11:1) aspect ratio, 550ppi; HDR10+ support (first).
Rear camera: Wide (main): 12MP, 1/2.55″ sensor, f/1.5-2.4 aperture, 26mm equiv. focal length (77° FoV), dual pixel PDAF, OIS. Telephoto: 12MP, 1/3.6″ sensor, f/2.4 aperture, 52mm equiv. focal length (45° FoV), PDAF, OIS. Ultra-wide: 16MP, f/2.2 aperture, 12mm equiv. focal length (123° FoV), fixed focus.
Front camera: 10MP, f/1.9 aperture, 25mm equiv. focal length (80° FoV), dual pixel PDAF.
Video recording: Rear: up to 4K 2160p@60fps, EIS up to 2160p@30fps, slow-mo up to 1080p@240fps, super slow-mo 720p@960fps for up to 0.4s (12s playback at normal speed); HDR10+ recording. Front: up to 4K 2160p@30fps with EIS.
OS/Software: Android 9.0 Pie, Samsung One UI.
Chipset (Market Dependent): Snapdragon 855 (7nm): octa-core CPU (1×2.8GHz & 3×2.4GHz Kryo Gold & 4×1.7GHz Kryo 485 Silver); Adreno 640 GPU. Exynos 9820 (8nm): octa-core CPU (2×2.7GHz Mongoose M4 & 2×2.3GHz Cortex-A75 & 4×1.9GHz Cortex-A55); Mali-G76 MP12 GPU.
Memory: 8GB RAM with 128GB storage, 8GB RAM with 512GB storage; microSD card slot (hybrid on the dual SIM versions).
Battery: 3,400mAh Li-Ion (sealed), 15W wired charging (Adaptive Fast charging, QuickCharge 2.0 compatible), 15W Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, Wireless PowerShare.
Connectivity: Single-SIM, Dual-SIM available in certain markets (hybrid slot); LTE-A, 7-Band carrier aggregation, Cat.20/13 (2Gbps/150Mbps); USB Type-C (v3.1); Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac/ax MU-MIMO; GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo; NFC; Bluetooth 5.0.
Misc: Ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor; stereo speakers (bottom-firing + earpiece); bundled AKG headphones.
New Locking features
Samsung said “Just touch the glass to unlock. We moved security from the back of the phone to the front, merging the ultrasonic fingerprint directly on the screen.”
A smarter camera for better photos. The smart camera helps you take great pictures by suggesting image compositions and automatically optimizing your camera’s settings in relation to the scene.
The bigger brother S10+
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512GB – A Powerful Phone With Huge Storage
Samsung has shown that its powerful Galaxy S10 but an even larger version with Plus 512 GB ROM is about to increase the stakes for its rivals. This year, the company is not limited to a simple cosmetic update and offers a more ambitious update of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512 GB. The 50th anniversary of the brand itself obliged to demonstrate a qualitative leap forward and shows who is the technological leader of the market. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512GB offers a 6.4-inch screen size with AMOLED HDR 10+ dynamic display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels.
If you want to reduce the battery of the Samsung Galaxy S10, you can also choose a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and even HD + 720 x 1520 pixels. Predictably, the smaller version has a larger screen size of 6.1 inches, but all other specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512 GB are identical. The company has not deviated from the tradition of using two hardware chips. Europe and other countries will have an Exynos 9820 chipset, while in the United States and China, the Snapdragon 855 will be supplied.
The Samsung S10 Plus 512 GB also offers 3D face recognition, where it seems that the iris scanner is also available. Now there will be no problem storing in the phone because it has 512 GB of internal storage. 8GB of RAM is used in Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 512GB so that the user can get incredible speed while playing.
This smartphone comes with the 12 MP + 12 MP + 16 MP Triple Camera configuration that allows you to shoot your videos in super slow mode at 960 fps. The Galaxy S10 Plus 512 GB has a 10 MP selfie charger in the front with dual video calling function and Auto-HDR mode. The smartphone software is called Android Pie 9.0 and is added to the user interface of the S10 Plus 512GB experience to decorate the software.
The smaller brother Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung takes another step with the Galaxy S10, the next flagship Korean giant. On the occasion of the anniversary of the S series, this brand of smartphones makes significant changes to the design of its next flagship product, the Samsung Galaxy S10. At the top of the list, you will get a flat screen instead of curved edges and it seems that the Korean company is planning to play safely.
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 because, as we had speculated earlier, an on-screen fingerprint scanner was coming into this flagship phone, but it seems to be just speculation and now the The Samsung Galaxy S10’s fingerprint will be located at the back instead of side or front. In the other highlighted specifications, you’ll get a 6.1-inch screen made up of Super AMOLED panels. The Samsung S10 will give trouble to brands like Huawei and Apple because this brand now uses all its power to get back into the situation it was before. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the youngest brother of the trio.
That is why this phone will be launched with a dual camera configuration, while its two other siblings are equipped with a triple lens. The main focus of the Galaxy S10 is a 12 MP wide lens and is backed up with telephoto lenses to enhance focus on the main object instead of focusing on everything. The Samsung Galaxy S10 also brings 3D facial recognition where it seems that the iris scanner also arrives in this phone. In hardware, the Exynos 9820 Octa chipset is installed inside the Samsung Galaxy S10 with an 8GB RAM and a 128GB ROM. The phone software is Pie 9.0 and the Samsung Experience user interface is used to decorate the software.
Now in Pakistan
Finally the both phones will be available in Pakistan at Dreams.pk in March 2019. The expected price of the phones are as: The S10 is of USD $1429 which is almost Rs.164,999 Pakistani rupees and the price of S10+ is USD $1905 which is almost Rs.219,999 Pakistani rupees. The price is expected because of the fluctuation of dollar price in Pakistan.