Samsung has launched three smartphones of its Galaxy S10 series in the market in March 2019, which include Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 E and Galaxy S10 Plus. Of these, the top variant is Galaxy S10 Plus and the lower variant is Galaxy S10E. We received the Galaxy S10 for review and used it. So, let us know in the review how was our experience with Galaxy S10 after using it?
Samsung Galaxy S10 design
Let’s start with the design of the phone. Samsung has been experimenting a lot with design for the last several years, whether it is a notch display, a punch hole display, a fingerprint sensor in the power button, or even a curved display. We liked the design of the Galaxy S10. The edges of the phone are curved. At the bottom of the Galaxy S10, there is a speaker grill, USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Volume buttons and digital assistant Bixby are given on the left side of the phone. Apart from this, there is a power button on the right side. The front camera is provided in a hole in the right corner of the display. Samsung has used a curved display in this phone. The rear body of the phone is of glass while the frame is of metal.
Samsung Galaxy S10 display
As you all know that Samsung has no match when it comes to display and the company has proved it once again with the Galaxy S10 series. The Galaxy S10 sports a 6.1-inch QHD+ curved Dynamic AMOLED Infinity O display with a resolution of 3040×1440. You will not see the bezel on the phone. In such a situation, the experience of watching the video was wonderful. There is a Gorilla Glass protection cover on the display. In such a situation, there is no fear of the phone’s display getting scratched easily. Be it harsh sunlight or any video-photo, you will experience real colours. Well, you must have seen many phones with punch hole display. In most of such phones, you will see the front camera on the left side, but Samsung has made a new and different experiment by placing the camera on the right side in S10.
Samsung Galaxy S10 software and performance
The company has given its own octa core Exynos 9820 processor in Samsung Galaxy S10. With this you get Mali-G76 for graphics. The company has given its One UI 1.1 based on Android Pie 9.0. If you have used Samsung phone before then you will have a new experience this time. For security, Samsung has given Knox 3.3 in it. You will get Samsung Galaxy S10 in 8 GB RAM and 128 GB/512 GB storage variants. For review, we got a model with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB. You can also increase the storage with the help of memory card, although
it has a hybrid SIM card slot. In such a situation, you will be able to use two SIM cards at a time or one SIM and one memory card.
Samsung Galaxy S10 camera
Talking about the camera of the phone, it has three rear cameras in which one lens is of 12 megapixels and its aperture is f/1.5, while the second lens is a 12-megapixel telephoto with 45-degree angle, whose aperture is f/2.4 and the third lens is 16 megapixels. Has an ultra-wide lens with 123-degree angle. With this you will get 10x digital zoom. You get direct support of Instagram in the camera, that is, by clicking the photo, you can directly share it on Instagram with one click. With the camera of Galaxy S10, you get support of AR sticker, Auto HDR, Bixby Vision. If you are fond of slow-motion videos, then for this the company has given you two options, slow motion and super slow motion. With the help of the camera, you can also record 4K videos. This time, Samsung has given beauty mode and filters in Galaxy S10 considering the market demand.
Samsung Galaxy S10 battery and connectivity
The phone has an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor for connectivity, although it is not fast. At the same time, face unlock also bothers you in the dark. The Galaxy S10’s face unlock is weaker than the Note 9. As sensors in the phone, you will get accelerometer, ambient light sensor, barometer, digital compass, gyroscope, heart rate sensor, proximity sensor and RBG light sensor. This phone will have dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11AX, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, 3.5mm headphone jack and USB Type-C port. This phone has a 3400 mAh battery which takes 90 minutes to be fully charged. Talking about battery performance, if you watch more videos and play games then the battery will have to be charged once a day otherwise you will get a full day’s backup. The good thing about Galaxy S10 is that you can charge other devices with wireless charging support with the help of power sharing feature from this phone. For example, you can charge smartwatches, Galaxy Buds and iPhone XR by placing them on the back panel of the Galaxy S10.