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Samsung seem to be sensing the rougher period Apple's crossing through right now and decided to go full steam ahead into launching its new creations so that they put a considerable lead between them and the Californian rivals. After announcing the first foldable phone just a few weeks ago and teasing everyone with the 10 generation flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S10, the Asian tech company is starting to put actions to words with the launch of the latter. We're going to cover all the feature from a user perspective and try to accurately answer the question of " Do I need an upgrade?". Of course, for some of our you, this topic won't be as interesting as reading online casino reviews, however, it's something very hot and it needs to be covered properly.


To Infinity-O and Beyond


Without doubt, the best feature of the new Galaxy S10 comes from the amazing 6.1 inch Infinity Display. This is the feature that sells the smartphone and introduces a smooth edge-to-edge screen that scratches from side to side and top to bottom with millions of pixels spilling over the finely curved edges. The new display is so large that it leaves the front camera being a small punch-hole looking spot on the screen and what's even more impressive is that all the sensors are perfectly tucked behind this bright and rich Super AMOLED display.



Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor


Ever since the first use of fingerprint technology to unlock or use certain feature of smartphones, this technology was controversial. Of course, we're not going to focus on this matter, especially in times when big tech companies are accused of industrial-scale spying. Instead, we're going to give Samsung a massive pat on the back for giving up on the fingerprint pad that they placed on the back of the Galaxy S9. The ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is now perfectly integrated in the same Super AMOLED display that hosts the camera sensors. Getting an impressive 93.1% screen-to-body ratio, the Galaxy S10 is simply outstanding when it comes to its display capabilities.



Triple-Lens Camera to Capture Everything


The same concept of maximization is behind the triple-lens rear camera the S10 comes equipped with. It allows you to take normal shots, telephoto and even ultra-wide photos with ease. Of course, the hit features like ultra slow motion are still there and have been improved with the addition of the third camera on the Galaxy S10. And while the ultra-wide camera is not necessarily a new concept since it was used on some LG phones before, it is all about capturing more of what lays in front of you without needing to back up.



Other Features


If we were to describe the Samsung S10 in a few words, it's like taking hallmark features of other handsets and packing them all into one phone with flawless functionality. Of course, since we're talking about one of the biggest tech companies in the world, Samsung comes with a lot of pioneering technical features like the Wi-Fi 6 or HDR10+ that are firsts on smartphones. However, they also bring features that have been used before like Wireless PowerShare that enables you to use the S10's back as a Qi charge station for another phone or the Galaxy Buds that clearly have their source of inspiration in the buds proposed by their biggest rivals, Apple.



If you pick on the things that were already done on other smartphones, you would never appreciate any newly launched model since most of the features are repeated or improved because technology advances can only get so far. Also, the price aspect sometimes limits manufacturers to putting more innovating technology and features on their gadgets. And since the S10 is considered to be quite pricey as it is, you can understand why some features were left for future unveilings.



Conclusion


Celebrating a decade of Galaxy S phones, the S10 brings the necessary innovation to become a tempting upgrade for S9 users. The flagship of Samsung phones is definitely a step forward and the 93.1% display-to-body is all it takes to convince users that are interested in going to infinity and beyond when it comes to smartphones.


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Samsung's Galaxy S series of smartphones have always sported great Super AMOLED panels, but from the Galaxy S8 onwards, they have consistently sported the best mobile displays every year. Staying true to the tradition, Samsung has apparently taken the crown once again with the Galaxy S10's display in 2019 as well.


DisplayMate has published the findings of its testing with the S10's display and the results are quite astounding really.


The display sports "Absolute Color Accuracy at 0.4 JNCD," which means that the colors on screen cannot be differentiated from the colors on the real thing by the human eye.  Try some of the most realistic slots online and you won't spot a difference.


OLED displays have always been the comparatively dimmer ones, when compared to quality LCD displays, but Samsung has once again managed to get a 17% hike in peak full screen brightness levels, taking the nit count as high as 804 nits, which is just astounding for an OLED display in particular.


Considering the color accuracy, the wide color gamut and the superb brightness levels, it is not really a surprise that DisplayMate has given the Galaxy S10's display an A+ rating and states that it did not lack in any department during the test.


The S10 Gets Support for HDR on Netflix

 

If you have already ordered or planning to order the Galaxy S10, S10e or S10+, we have even more good news for you. You will be able to make full use of that QHD+ Super AMOLED display with brilliant colors and high brightness levels by streaming HDR content directly from Netflix on it. Given how important high brightness, a wide color gamut and native contrast ratios are for displaying true HDR, it's actually great news.


Source: DisplayMate, SamMobile


Saikat Kar


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Smartphones are not divided into male or female, but there are models that are very popular with the beautiful half of humanity.  After all, we all want easy access to the internet, watch the latest media streams or enjoy some of the latest new slots online. What are these devices? Well, here is our top 10 of them.


  1. Huawei P10 Lite 3 / 32GB

Want a stylish smartphone with good features but do not want to overpay? Check out the new Huawei P10 Lite. The smartphone strikes first of all with its very beautiful glass and steel case. On the back of the case, there is a decent 12-megapixel camera, as well as a fingerprint scanner.


  1. iPhone X 256GB

Of course, it is impossible not to talk about the new iPhone, especially since this is a completely new model. The main feature is a frameless case, that is, in front of us is a full-screen smartphone. For example, the width of the case is only 70.9 mm, which is noticeably less than that of the iPhone 8 Plus with a 5.5-inch display. The second important feature is Face ID - the unlock function by identifying the owner's face.


  1. Samsung Galaxy S8

Galaxy S8 is very popular with both men and women. It should be noted that the latest generation of the flagship from Samsung has received not only a great case design but also a large screen with a diagonal of as much as 5.8 inches. Still, the width of the case is small: only 68.1 mm. Not only the design of the case was changed but also the location of the buttons. For example, the buttons are now touch-sensitive and onscreen, the mechanical Home key is no longer there, and the fingerprint scanner is located on the back. There is also one of the best modern smartphone cameras.


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  1. Meizu Pro 7 64GB

The new flagship from the company Meizu can be safely recommended to the all women out there, especially the ones who like to take selfies. Why? The secret lies in the presence of an additional screen on the back of the device. It is small and only 1.9 inches, but this screen is very useful - you can display a picture from a double rear camera and take a selfie on it!


  1. Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact

This smartphone is called the most compact among the flagships on Android. And this seems to be true since, in the market, you can hardly find another equally powerful 4.6-inch smartphone. The Xperia XZ1 Compact has a very stylish, high-quality plastic case, an excellent display, the most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of internal memory.


  1. Xiaomi Mi A1 64GB

Xiaomi Mi A1 is perfect for both the male half and the female. It received a stylish metal case, the color of which can be chosen (for example, gold or pink gold), a large 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, a dual rear camera, a powerful platform based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor with 4 GB RAM. But the main feature of this smartphone is the presence of "bare" Android instead of MIUI firmware from Xiaomi, which will certainly attract a separate group of users. At the same time, Mi A1 is relatively inexpensive.


  1. iPhone SE 32GB

iPhone SE is still a great success, and this is understandable - a 4-inch smartphone built on the basis of the powerful iPhone 6S. If you do not like large smartphones, be sure to check out SE. As mentioned above, it is basically the iPhone 6S, so when it comes to raw performance, SE is beyond praise.


  1. Samsung Galaxy A3 (2017) SM-A320F

This is not the most powerful device, but it's very stylish. The case is made of glass and metal; in this generation, Samsung offered several interesting color options. By the way, the display is quite small, being only 4.7 inches.


  1. Meizu M5c 16GB

Speaking of budget smartphones, it is impossible not to mention the Meizu M5c. Why? At least because this device looks very cool - the case is made of plastic but of very good quality; the quality of assembly is also excellent. Since we are talking about an inexpensive smartphone, do not expect miracles: there is no fingerprint scanner, dual camera or fast charging function, but there is a high-quality 5-inch screen, an interesting interface based on Flyme OS.


  1. iPhone 8 64GB

If before, the case was completely metal, now, the back cover is made of glass, and the case colors have changed slightly. What is more? The new processor, updated cameras, the new wireless charging function, and the True Tone color technology.


s10


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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