Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup hands-on

Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus, with bigger displays, faster processors, bigger batteries, and more cameras than ever before. The S10 pair succeed last year’s Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, and are also accompanied by a new Galaxy S10E model. Here’s everything you need to know about Samsung’s latest lineup of phones.

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36 Replies to “Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup hands-on”

  1. Liam Dale

    In Australia, Telstra is offering customers a free upgrade to the 5G Galaxy S10 once it’s released. Seems kinda pointless to get the S10 now if the 5G model is coming out in a couple of months though. The 4G version isn’t futureproof.

  2. Jacques Nomdefamille

    The S10e is the best looking one by far. I don't like curved screens, also don't like top and bottom bezels with minimal side bezels, it makes everything look even more unsymmetrical.

  3. Ashfaq Ali

    Would have been much better if the camera holes were on the left rather than the right………the status bar icons look extremely unsymmetrical and tat kind of ruins the whole look

  4. shubhankar munshi

    the scanner not working well with screen protectors is kinda crazy given that samsung had years 2 to perfect it
    all this crazy 3D blah blah makes no sense if after so much R&D u still have to work with manufacturers to make it work well
    Apple didnt go to glass and hat makers to adapt their products work well with Face ID

  5. wroom k

    I still dont see the point of upgrading my s8.
    Still nothing that makes me wanna upgrade. I wish the samsung fold had slimmer bessels. Then i wokld have bought it. For sure

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