The curtain is finally lifted because Samsung has now officially unveiled its 10th-anniversary Galaxy devices, including three new flagships – Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. Let’s explore these devices in details.
First comes, the bloodline of the Galaxy S series and the regular Galaxy S10, that comes with a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display to house a 10MP front-facing camera.
Previously released Samsung Galaxy S-series phones were packed with Samsung’s legacy Infinity display that is known as the best ever display on a smartphone but now the company has stretched its mark from this display technology and introduced the Infinity-O Technology to the Galaxy S10 series, which shrinks the head and chin bezel to the lowest.
The high-end Galaxy S10+ is bigger than ever as it comes with a 6.4-inch sAMOLED Infinity-O Display, compared to its predecessor S9+ which has 6.2-inch screen size. As a high-end product, this phone has special privileges that comes as dual front-facing camera setup for selfies.
With Galaxy S9 series Samsung raised its camera quality bar and includes a dual aperture camera system, and after merging different combination of cameras throughout 2018. The company has now embedded its most powerful cameras on the Galaxy S10 and S10+ that includes triple rear lens setup of 12MP Telephoto + 12MP wide angle + 16MP Ultra-wide angle with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and different apertures.
To introduce a breakthrough in selfie camera technology these phones have UHD selfie cam which makes it the first flagship series and the company to introduce this feature.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ don’t have fingerprint scanners on the back not even on the sides but they have it installed right into the display, which is called ‘Ultrasonic Fingerprint on display’. As the users now have accessibility or fingerprint authorizations on display, although it’s not spread on the whole screen just on the bottom of the display.
The third device that Samsung announced today is the Galaxy S10e, that represents the lowest in the series but a different class of S10 consumers comes with flat panel Infinity-O display, dual lens camera on the back, and fingerprint sensor is embedded right into the power button. Of course, the price of this device is lower than S10 and S10+.
To provide higher performance, these phones are powered by Snapdragon 855/Exynos 9820 coupled with 6/8GB RAM options and 128/512GB internal storage. While the Galaxy S10+ is also available in limited edition 12GB RAM + 1TB internal storage.
Battery life on these phones is also increased in terms of their predecessors, Galaxy S10 with 3400mAh (S9 3000mAh) and Galaxy S10+ with 4100mAh (S9+ 3500mAh) Type-C fast charging battery capacity. While the S10e is packed with 3100mAh battery.
Samsung’s flagship series supports Wireless charging from a long time and in the term of another new tech was introduced as ‘Wireless Power-Sharing’ with this feature S10 users can share their phones battery life with any other smartphone users that support wireless charging, just by placing their devices on the back of the phone.
From the Audio side, it has Stereo speakers tuned by AKG, surround sound with Dolby Atmos technology.
Samsung said to be improved Artificial intelligence in these phones as they’re now including more a separate Neural Processing Unit (NPU) that embarks its capability of smart assistant Bixby and other functions in the camera.
Design, is another new aspect that Samsung has touched with this new unveiling as its new gradient color schemes on S10 variant in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow and Flamingo Pink and the Galaxy S10+ will also be available in two, all-new, premium Ceramic models: Ceramic Black and Ceramic White.