The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the Galaxy S-series smartphones that were released as 10th-anniversary handsets. Alongside, Galaxy S10, the South Korean giant introduced Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e. The Samsung Galaxy S10 sits between plus variant and affordable S10e. When it comes to design and performance, the Samsung smartphones always maintain high standards. Being the non-plus version, it has a sweet spot between price, performance, and size.
Compared to the Samsung Galaxy S9, the S10 display is quite noticeable. It has a 6.1-inches Infinity-O dynamic OLED display. This is the way Samsung referring a black mole on the upper right corner which houses a selfie camera. It is a sleek-looking device with curved edges and shiny flat surfaces. There is a fingerprint scanner underneath the display screen that is fast enough as in OnePlus 7 Pro.
Under the hood, the Galaxy S10 holds a 7nm Exynos 9820 chipset or Snapdragon 855 accompanied by 8GB RAM and 128GB/512GB storage variants. It is expandable further up to 512GB via microSD slot. This should be plenty enough to handle the tasks. The SoC is coupled with Mali-G76 MP12 that supports graphics on the handset.
There is a 3400mAh battery that should last a day with moderate use. Along with the fast charging, Samsung added all those necessary features including wireless charging, IP68 waterproof, and dustproof. Even wireless reverse charging is added for the first time, which lets to charge other devices like phones, earbuds and more.
Photo quality is important for any smartphone buyer. With the triple camera sensor on the rear of the Samsung S10 with LED flash. It comprises of a 12MP regular lens, 16MP ultra-wide lens, and 12MP telephoto lens. The rear camera setup is similar to Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus camera. It can capture great shots both in bright and low-light conditions. As the previous S series smartphones, the Galaxy S10 camera is fast, responsive and the AI tweaks allow us to get more from night shots. On the front end, there is a 10MP sensor for portraits but lacks a depth sensor as in Galaxy S10 Plus.
Talking of the software, the device runs on Android 9 Pie with Samsung One UI on the top. This is the latest UI running on the new smartphones which are more useful than before. From notification management to color control, Samsung offers multiple options to the software.
Samsung Galaxy S10 shines in almost every department. Though it doesn’t excel in terms of battery life and software, still it is a great phone to have in terms of performance, and photography. Given the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is just a few bucks more, why would you spend on Samsung Galaxy price in UAE? S10 will be a great option if you prefer a compact body with great performance.