So, what do you guys think – are the new Galaxy S10 flagships everything you wanted? Their Dynamic AMOLED screens are the best that DisplayMate has tested, the S10+ rear camera is tied for first and the selfie camera is first on DxO’s chart.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the fully-loaded model. It has the largest screen of the LTE trio, 6.4″, and the largest battery by some distance – 4,100mAh compared to S10’s 3,400mAh. You’ll need that capacity if you’re going to share it with your wearables.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 buys you the same excellent rear camera – the triple wide/ultra-wide/telephoto shooter with dual OIS and dual aperture. You do lose the depth sensor on the front camera, but it still turns in excellent selfies.
The Galaxy S10e is a callback to years past when screens were flat and flagships cost $700 or so. The phone is more compact too, but it has almost all the awesome features of the other two – the powerful chipset and fast wireless charging certainly, though it’s missing a telephoto camera.
These three are available in 70 countries as of today and will expand to 130 countries by the end of the month. Have you pre-ordered already or made plans to buy one of these and if so which one?
Which Galaxy S10 will you get?
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