The Galaxy S10+ is a decade long refinement of formula, one that tweaked closer to perfection than ever, one that is worthy of the 10th-anniversary edition of its stupendously popular S series.
A winning mix of performance, battery life, capable cameras and that jaw-dropping stunning display, plus a bunch of nifty new tricks, the S10+ has set the bar of Android smartphones to come in 2019, and its a high bar at that.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review
If you were expecting a radical redesign for the 10th Anniversary edition, think again.
The visual similarities to Note 9 remain, but Samsung has refined its all-glass-and-aluminium design to narrow down the bezels and make the chassis more comfortable to hold while moving the front cameras into the sleek Infinity – O hole – punch that decided upgrade over last year notches.
The rear fingerprint scanner is now buried under the screen, an ultrasonic variant that’s more secure than the 2D optical scanners used in recent flagships.
There’s no denying though that the screen is the S10’s biggest strength – the HDR10+ certified, AMOLED screen is gorgeous look at, and Samsung’s even toned down the saturation levels to close to natural. So photos and videos are an absolute pleasure to watch.
The Samsung S10 plus runs Samsung’s Android 9 Pie based One UI atop the Exynos 9820, the most powerful chips Samsung has on offer, and there’s nothing that slows the phone down.
With 8 GB memory on board, multitasking while keeping heavy games running in the background is a breeze.
Battery life from the 4,100 mAh unit is robust as well, running nearly a day and a half on regular use, plus there’s the reverse wireless charging feature for when you want to charge your Qi-enabled accessories.
The triple rear camera setup adds a new 16 MP ultra-wide camera, allowing for a whole new perspective, particularly with the wide landscape shots. The results are spectacular. Images are packed with details, exposure and focusing are on the point at most times, and the camera is bested only in low light by the Mate 20 Pro or Pixel 3 XL.
This is a phone where Samsung has pulled no punches. So while you can ponk down Rs 73,900 for the base 8/128 GB variant, there’s 512 variant and a 12GB /1 TB variant, should you really want to go all out for the bragging rights.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S10+
- 8 GB RAM | 128 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 512 GB
- 6.4 inch Quad HD+ Display
- 16MP + 12MP + 12MP | 10MP + 8MP Dual Front Camera
- 4100 mAh Lithium-ion Battery
- Exynos 9 9820 Processor
- Samsung Galaxy S10 plus price – Rs 73,000
Final Words :
No Iris recognition sensors this time around. therefore, stuff like secure payments will need to rely on the in- screen fingerprint sensor. Hole punch takes getting used to and last but not the least Pricely as well