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Now that the most anticipated smartphones from Samsung for the first half of the year is finally here, you have three phones to choose from for the first time in the Galaxy S line-up. While the Galaxy S10e is definitely a good way to get into the latest S series, I really doesn't make much sense to me at least! Now, the real competition is of course, in between the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus and your choice should depend on what you prefer more. To help you decide, we have provided a brief comparison of the most significant differences below.


The Punch Holes and Front Cameras

 

The S10 and the S10 Plus both have punch holes, but the S10 Plus has a much wider hole on the right upper corner to house the two front cameras, while the regular S10 just has one front camera, and thus a much smaller hole. If you prefer form over function, the S10's punch hole does look a lot less distracting. However, the second front camera on the S10 Plus will allow for better death perception during selfie shots.


Display Size

 

The only difference in the Super AMOLED+ panels with QHD+ resolution and 1200 nits of peak brightness (protected by Gorilla Glass 5) is in screen size as the S10 comes in at 6.1-inch and the S10 Plus at 6.4 inch. Both smartphones are still pocketable, thanks to an almost bezel-less design, so you can go with either, depending on your budget, preference and how much or how less the punch holes bother you.


RAM and Storage Difference

 

Both devices sport 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage, but there will be an edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus which will sport 12GB of RAM and 1TB of internal storage!


Battery Life

 

This is where the Galaxy S10 Plus wins hands down and instantly becomes a more reliable device than its smaller siblings. The S10 Plus packs in an impressive 4,100mAh battery, while the S10 only has a disappointing 3,400mAh battery. Both support fast charging, but at the same speeds as last year's models do.


Price Difference

 

The price difference between the two aren't that much really and are in line with expectations and given the S10 Plus's bigger battery, display and the extra front cam, the S10 Plus definitely wins this battle and we would recommend the S10 Plus over the regular S10 to most people.


Galaxy S10: $899 for 128GB/8GB RAM and $999 for 512GB/8GB RAM


Galaxy S10 Plus: $999 for 128GB/8GB RAM, $1,099 for 512GB/8GB RAM and $1,199 for 1TB/12GB RAM.


Everything else about the two devices are identical though, so you can expect the same tri-camera setup at the back of the two devices, the same  Exynos 9820/Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC driving everything from the inside and even a dedicated micro-SD card slot this time around! For more details, check out Samsung's official specs page here.


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Saikat Kar


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The Galaxy S10 series of smartphones might be the talk of the town at the moment, but in many of our opinions, Samsung made a much more significant announcement earlier today by announcing the much awaited and rumored foldable Galaxy smartphone, aka the Galaxy Fold. It has been in rumors for 5 years straight and now that it is finally, almost here, it is STILL a prototype! Nonetheless, check out the key facts about the Galaxy Fold below, which will supposedly release in April.


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·        The Cover Display is 4.6-inch with a resolution of 840 x 1960, at 21:9 aspect ratio

·        The Fold unravels to a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display with a resolution of 1536 x 2152 at 4.2:3 aspect ratio

·        The multi-geared hinge will last hundreds of thousands of uses

·        There is a corner notch to house the two selfie cams on the main screen

·        The rear camera setup is a tri-camera module


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While it seemed like an uniquely impressive device during the presentation, for what it tends to achieve, there is no denying the fact that the Galaxy Fold is a clunky device that costs almost $2000! Will you be buying one if it comes out in April? Or will you wait till 2020? By which time, Samsung is almost guaranteed to slim down the device with better design and will probably price it a lot cheaper too.


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Saikat Kar



What you see above is indeed the official Galaxy S10 ad for Norway, which was aired accidentally on TV apparently! It could be a mistake, but it could also be a strategically planned "leak" by the Samsung marketing team as well. In any case, this is your first official look at the Galaxy S10 series of smartphones which will be unveiled in less than two days, on February 21st.


Everything seems to be at par with what was expected as we see the punch hole cutout for the front cameras in front of the device and three rear cameras on the unit shown. Also, the in-display fingerprint scanner is really a thing this year with the Galaxy S10 after all, as per the ad. Keep in mind though that the entry level Galaxy S10e will probably not have the in-display fingerprint scanner like its more expensive siblings. Also, a pair of white wireless earbuds might be included with some versions of the S10, but then again, I am not exactly sure about that. What I am sure about is the fact that Samsung has retained the 3.5mm headphone jack, much to the delight of everyone with a sense of practicality.


Via: TechCrunch


Saikat Kar


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OLED TVs have been the best in terms of providing inky black levels and infinite contrast for as long as they had been in existence, and while Samsung still markets their QLED TVs as a better alternative, the truth is that QLED are just LED TVs with a Quantum Dot filter that produces better colors. The only QLED TV that has been truly able to give OLEDs from LG and Sony a run for their money so far is the2018 Samsung Q9FN with Full Array Local Dimming and about 2000 nits of brightness! Nonetheless, OLED still does provide better picture quality in dark rooms because it is an emissive technology, which means that each pixel in an OLED TV can change color or switch off completely to eliminate blooming and create unmatched black levels.


Unfortunately, OLEDs come with a few vital shortcomings as well, reminiscent of the plasma TVs from about a decade ago. Static images can and will burn in if they are constantly there for long stretches of time, although those are extreme use scenarios. Sadly enough, this also forces manufacturers to use an automatic brightness limiter (ABL) to preserve the limited lives of the OLED pixels. However, Samsung may have a solution for this in the microLED technology that they have been showing off for the last two years at the CES.


MicroLED displays are capable of going as bright as any LED TV, they do not have the burn-in factor to worry about like we have to on OLED displays and they last a lot longer than the OLEDs. As there are roughly 3 LED lights (red, green and blue) catering to each pixel of a 4K microLED TV, you can rest assured that inky blacks and infinite contrast is perfectly within microLED's reach. The only problem is that in order to buy one that's reasonably priced, the technology will still need to be developed a lot over the course of the next few years. You can still buy the 146-inch The Wall MicroLED TV from Samsung, but keep in mind that it's so expensive that Samsung did not even make its price public! It's actually easier to make big screen microLED displays, but the real tough job is to shrink the screen size down to something that one can use in their home. Nonetheless Apple is interested in microLED, so a few years down the line, don't be surprised if the iPhone has a microLED display!


Saikat Kar


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In a time when even Samsung smartphones are having a hard time in terms of maintaining good sales numbers, in what is being considered as a surprising move the Korean giant has decided to release a mid-range tablet, aka Galaxy Tab S5e. While it is a mid-ranger for sure, the tablet is the world's slimmest at only 5.5mm thickness. Go through the pictures and the main specs below to know more.


·        5.5mm thick and 400g in weight


·        10.5-inch 2560 x 1600 Super AMOLED panel in 16:9 ratio


·        7,040mAh battery (14.5 hours screen on time expected)


·        four speakers tuned by AKG with support for Dolby Atmos


·        fingerprint sensor in power button


·        Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 octacore processor


·        RAM: 4GB/6GB Internal storage: 64GB and 128GB


·        13-mp rear camera (4K recording at 30fps) and 8-mp front camera


·        Accessories (not included): Book Cover/Keyboard, charging dock, slim cover, plain book cover


·        S-Pen is probably not included


·        Color options: silver, gold, and black

·        Availability: March, 2019




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