Samsung Galaxy S10+,Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e are official

The highly anticipated launch event for Samsung happened last week and after all of the rumours and speculation, we finally get to see what the new flagship devices offer. The Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and S10e are now official and here we compare them.


Samsung Galaxy S10+



The higher end of the Galaxy range is where the new Samsung Galaxy S10+ sits. This top Samsung smartphone boasts lots of great things. Precise laser cutting and beautifully crafted design make this phone stand out. There is an Infinity-O display dominating the front of the phone. The 6.4-inch Infinity-O moniker refers to the simple cutout for the camera sensor. There is no notch and barely any bezels so you get to immerse yourself into amazing mobile gaming or entertainment.


The fingerprint sensor has moved from the back cover and is now under the Dynamic AMOLED display. Using ultrasonic technology, the sensor is incredibly accurate and fast.


Samsung has focused on bumping up power and has given the Galaxy S10+ a 4,100mAh power pack. The phone is wireless charging compatible and you can now use the new PowerShare feature to charge other compatible devices. Charge another your smartwatch or your wireless earbuds by placing them on the Samsung Galaxy S10+.




The camera package in the Galaxy S10+ is incredibly impressive, you get a total of 5 lenses. There is a dual selfie camera and a triple rear camera which includes an Ultra wide and Telephoto lens. Scene recognition, AI processing and a variable aperture allow you to capture stunning images and video clips.


Samsung Galaxy S10



The mid-range Galaxy has many of the same features of the top device. You still get an amazing Infinity-O display although this one is a little smaller at 6.1-inches.



The camera on the front is a single selfie lens but this still has many great features for ensuring amazing photos. You also get the same triple camera on the back with a telephoto lens and Ultra Wide shots that are incredibly impressive.


PowerShare is included across all the new Galaxy phones with the Galaxy S10 getting a 3,400mAh battery.




Samsung Galaxy S10e



The more affordable phone in the range is the Samsung Galaxy S10e. Although this may be dubbed the budget version, you still get so much for your money. The superbly crafted body has a fantastic 5.8-inch Infinity-O display although the fingerprint sensor is on the side of this phone.




Camera-wise the Samsung Galaxy S10e has a 10-megapixel selfie camera with lots of shooting modes and Portrait lighting for professional looking shots. The rear camera is a dual lens with a main 16-megapixel camera.


The battery is a 3,100mAH one with the same PowerShare feature seen on the high-end models.


Samsung Galaxy S10 range

There are a number of things that all of the devices have, such as the new PowerShare feature.


Intelligent Wi-fi ensures you get amazing speeds and reliable connectivity. Wi-Fi 6 delivers secure connection even when using public hotspots and it will switch to LTE instantly to deliver up to 2.0Gbps.



Pro Assist features across all of the models for capturing amazing photos. The software is able to determine what you are looking at and suggests or changes settings for amazing photo and video capture.



Bixby has been enhanced with a number of new features such as Daily Rituals. This learns how you use the device, apps you use at certain times etc. It will then suggest apps and change settings according to your daily routine on the phone.



The Bixby Vision feature acts like Google Lens, you can point it at something you want translating and it will do it for you. You can snap a photo of a product or something you want to eat and it will get online results for you.



AR Emoji is on board so you can create your very own avatar. The S10 can recognise a number of features and give the AR Emoji your unique features and facial movements.



The Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus are now available for pre-order with orders for the Galaxy S10e launching later in March.

What do you think of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones? Have you pre-ordered one? Will you be changing your phone to one of these models. Share your thoughts below in the comments.

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