The Galaxy S10 is a deserved 10th anniversary phone for Samsung and its storied S series. Its new display type lays out more pixels across less body, the phone has a triple-lens camera so you can now take ultra-wide photos, and inside you’ll find a bigger battery surrounded by beefier specs.

You’ll like all of these powerful features, while your friends will like the new Wireless PowerShare perk – it helps them out more than you. The S10 marks an anniversary, but it also marks something a bit different among smartphones. It disrupts the sameness of smartphones just enough to become a tempting upgrade.


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–   Weight: 157g

–   Dimensions: 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm

–   OS: Android 9

–   Screen size: 6.1-inch

–   Resolution: QHD+

–   CPU: Octa-core chipset

–   RAM: 8GB

–   Storage: 128/512GB

Samsung Galaxy S10
9.8 / 10 Bizgenz
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- Stunning 12MP + 16MP + 13MP triple primary camera with Auto face detection, Digital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus and Exposure compensation, ISO control settings captures stunning shots and videos with a resolution of 4000 x 3000 Pixels
- Wireless charging support
- The fast and responsive fingerprint sensor on the screen
- Massive 3500 Li-ion mAh battery with fast charging support for long usage hours
- Impressive 6.10 capacitive HD touchscreen with 89.85% screen to body ratio gives a cinematic experience
- Latest Android 9.0 OS with the Octa-Core processor significantly boost the performance speed without any lags
- 6GB RAM-Great for multi-tasking and heavy gaming
- Stunning metal body and innovative design give it a premium look
- Non-removable battery
- Hybrid Slot
- The battery could be more powerful
- Frustrating fingerprint reader experience (hopefully to be improved via an update)
- Battery life is just average
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is for a very particular person. It's a great smartphone, but it's for someone who wants the 6.1-inch display, telephoto lens and curved edges. The 5.8-inch Samsung Galaxy S10E skips the telephoto camera and has a flat screen. We find the 6.4-inch Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus to be better with its bigger battery and larger screen, but it is more expensive (but not so much more that it should turn you off).
Display and design10
Camera and battery9.5
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