What I like about every new year is not about the gleam and glam but the idea that most people around the world are thinking about fresh ideas, fresh lifestyles and of course fresh devices. 2019 has not disappointed whatsoever thanks to the hot and new gadgets for your glee.

The house of Samsung has been in the kitchen preparing something delicious for 2019. Have you heard about the new Samsung Galaxy S10? They said it would be elegant and full of awe bearing in mind that it would be marking a decade of its S series of phones, but is it so? This is one phone that has been anticipated with an uproar and with its release date being Friday, March 8, it is with great pleasure that we delve to poke into every corner of its features.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Look

Before we go rattling away about the beauty it portrays, Samsung Galaxy S10 comes in three flavors that is: Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S10e. A first look at these phones elicits the kind of sigh that comes out when your eyes lands on something pretty. I know you can relate to that sigh. As far as the physical/exterior design is concerned, all the three variants of Samsung Galaxy S10’s appeals to the eyes. Kudos to the product design team because they did a good job.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Display


Samsung Galaxy S10’s 6.1-inch Super AMOLED display panel is a force to reckon with. Its curved edges that gracefully allow the pixels to overflow to the sides making it look even prettier. The display has been enhanced as well to create a better outdoors visibility together with HDR10+ support for superior contrast and hue. What truly brings a total difference in S10 is the Infinity-O display. What this means is that there is a laser-cut hole in the top-right corner of the screen to only allow and embed the front-facing camera. This has had a wonderful impact on the display size, making it bigger than its early counterparts.

Samsung Galaxy S10 fingerprint sensor is under the touch-screen!


If you are an ardent user of most Android phones, you will definitely notice that almost all of them that have fingerprint sensors are usually at the rear part of the device. The new S10 has not only returned it to the front but has gone further and hidden it behind the touch screen. For starters, this is a wonderful move because of the flexibility and convenience it will afford the users. It is so hassle free and the idea behind it is super fine. To dig into the tech aspects of the fingerprint scanner, it is an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor which uses Qualcomm-backed tech that’s said to be better, and more secure, by making a 3D scan of your print. This will make it faster and it reads the fingerprints before waking up the display which makes it kinda dope.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera


With the current generation’s obsession with taking photos for Instagram or their favorite social media sites or for personal use, Samsung Galaxy S10 satiates this huge appetite with a triple-lens camera on back comprising of a 12MP regular lens, 12MP optically zoomed telephoto lens and a brand new 16MP ultra-wide lens. Getting back to the front, we discover that we have a single 10MP camera with dual auto-focuses. In case you upgrade to the S10 Plus, you’ll also get an 8MP camera meant for enhancing depth in portrait photos.
Not forgetting about the growing AI Technology, S10 is given a shot by the camera AI which is now able to tell the difference between a cat and dog to fine tune things like white balance

Samsung Galaxy S10 Specifications, Charge and RAM


There is this feature known as Wireless PowerShare. This feature enables you to turn your S10 into a wireless charging pad so you can power up another Qi-enabled phone just by laying it on the back of the S10. This is pretty awesome guys.
It contains a 3,400mAh battery
It also comes with 8GB of RAM

Samsung Galaxy S10 Pricing

The list below shows the various prices you are likely to expect and encounter when you go on a serious shopping journey.

  • Galaxy S10e (128GB): $750
  • Galaxy S10e (256GB): $850
  • Galaxy S10 (128GB): $900
  • Galaxy S10 (512GB): $1,150
  • Galaxy S10+ (128GB): $1,000
  • Galaxy S10+ (512GB): $1,200
  • Galaxy S10+ (1TB): $1,600

Conclusions

Samsung’s 10th anniversary and a decade of the S series will be celebrated for a long time owing to the new and impressive features that the new S10 introduced into the globe. While the world awaits for the official release in March, it is a chance to look back and appreciate the growth, the evolution and the impact that tech and innovation have had on the lives of people all over the globe.

It is a time where comfort, elegance, and customizations of devices is a focus and as AI grows, the future is what we had never thought of a few years ago. We hope you will enjoy your experience when you get your hands on Samsung Galaxy S10.

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