The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is what a lot of the critics are starting to call the best Android phone in 2019. Its release coincides with the tenth anniversary of the Galaxy line, and while the newest addition to the flagship isn’t too radical in terms of features, it still offers innovative upgrades from the previous iteration of the model.
Let’s dig into all of its features.
Sleek and classy design
There are two build options for Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: Prism and Ceramic. Both make the phone look heavy and big to lug around, but it’s actually light and fits your hand just right. All of the latest Samsung S10 Plus comes in six colours, namely: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Ceramic White, and Ceramic Black. But just like the iPhone, the signature Samsung Galaxy S10+ Black still looks pretty killer and luxe.
The phone dons the best display on any smartphone yet with the 6.4-Inch Dynamic AMOLED screen and the first one to get an HDR10+ certification. This means that there quality of the graphics is crisp and bright, almost as good as when you’re watching on an HD television.
You’ve probably seen the notches on some of the smartphones, and how much space it’s consuming on the screen. No matter how big the display is, that notch is going to be very vexing. Which is why the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has instead donnes a hole-punch camera. It’s exactly what it sounds, a camera that’s only as big as a hole-punch, and it’s unnoticeable on the almost bezel less screen.
When choosing which security measure you’d want, between the Face ID or the fingerprint sensor, it’s just a matter of preference. With that said, the fingerprint sensor just makes it much easier to open the phone lock because you wouldn’t have to worry about making sure your phone is at a level where it can scan your face. The S10 Plus has upgraded it by using an in-display fingerprint sensor. It means all you have to do is touch a spot on the phone to unlock.
Triple lens camera
The S10 Plus combines the dual-pixel 12-megapixel lens and the 12-megapixel telephoto lens with the 16-megapixel ultra-wide, depth mapping lens. It comes packed with features like the Scene Optimiser which allows you to take photos in 30 modes, which includes food, scenery, baby, people, beaches, clothes, and night view. Some of its features are blink and blur detection, flaw detection, lens smudge detection, and backlighting detection.
Users who have trouble with their battery power will be excited about Samsung’s newest wired fast charging tech. With just a 15-minute charge, you can add hours to your battery life, and the same is true for wireless charging. You can also maximise their Wireless PowerShare which will allow you to power up other devices. Just turn on Wireless PowerShare, place your phone face down on a flat surface, then put a Qi compatible device on top of the phone.
There are clear advantages to choosing the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus over other smartphones in the market. Consider these features when you start shopping for a new, handy phone!
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