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Mind Blowing Features and Specifications of Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E: S10 plus has 1 TB of storage

Samsung celebrates its 10th anniversary Galaxy S phone by going big and bold with the new Galaxy S10 phones. Each of the four new Galaxy S10 models is more impressive than the last: there's the cheaper S10E ($750, £669), the Galaxy S10 ($900, £799), S10 Plus ($1,000, £899) and Galaxy S10 5G, the brand's first 5G phone (price TBA, as are Australian prices for the whole range).

Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 Plus phones side by side

The Galaxy S10 phones represents a quest for perfection, it comes packed with a truly edge-to-edge 6.1-inch display, an Infinity-O display and a 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. The Galaxy S10 has a remarkable ability to wirelessly charge another device.  It has the world's first ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint reader, which unlocks the Galaxy S10 using sound waves. The Galaxy S10 has up to four rear cameras, up to 1TB of built-in storage, the all-new One UI, Android Pie OS and a cutting-edge Snapdragon 855 processor. And, in one case, 5G capabilities. 


Galaxy S10 phones run Android 9 Pie with Samsung's new One UI software on top.
Preorders for all Galaxy S10 phones except the 5G phone begin on Feb. 21, for a March 8 release date. Each preorder comes with a free set of Galaxy Buds as a gift.

Galaxy Ear Buds

Galaxy S10: The baseline model ($900)

The Galaxy S10 is a natural entry point because it is the standard-bearer of the S10 family. It all starts with a 6.1-inch screen in a relatively compact frame thanks to the slim bezels around the sides. Samsung boasts that this is the first screen to earn HDR10+ certification. HDR10+ is Samsung's format that competes with Dolby Vision. 

The S10 gets you three rear cameras -- a 16-megapixel ultrawide sensor with fixed focus, a main 12-megapixel dual aperture wide-angle lens with OIS, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with OIS that can achieve 2x optical zoom. That means you're able to take portrait photos and photos from any of the sensors, just by toggling on the screen.

Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus have three rear cameras: a main dual-aperture display, a telephoto lens and an ultrawide angle sensor

For selfies, you get a 10-megapixel front-facing camera, also with dual aperture. Introduced in the Galaxy S9, dual aperture means that the camera automatically lets in more light when it senses you're in a low-light environment.


The Galaxy S10 comes in 128GB or 512GB storage configurations, both with 8GB RAM. It'll take up to 512GB in microSD storage, and battery capacity is 3,400 mAh. You get two curved screens, plus Gorilla Glass 6 on the front, and Gorilla Glass 5 on the back. The S10 phones also support Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 and Wi-Fi 6.

There’s more hidden underneath the glass. Samsung has an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor on the front, meaning there’s no physical sensor pad you have to blindly hit on the back of the phone. Long-time Samsung owners will enjoy it being on the front again, and the fact that it's now invisible.

Samsung Galaxy S10

Colors for all: The Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E will come in Flamingo Pink, Canary Yellow, Prism Green and Prism Blue, as well as Prism Black and Prism White. Not every country gets every color: US buyers will have to pine away for Canary Yellow and Prism Green, for example.

 all the new colors in one shot


Galaxy S10 Plus: The 1TB storage king with all the things ($1,000)

For $100 more, you get a larger screen (6.4 inches) and a bigger battery (4,100 mAh). You'll have the same triple-camera setup as the S10 on the back, but the S10 Plus adds a second selfie lens to augment that 10-megapixel camera -- an 8-megapixel sensor that can help take depth-mode portrait selfies using hardware, rather than software algorithms.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is available in 128GB or 512GB storage options, but if you never want to worry about storage again, the 1TB version -- with 12GB RAM -- is the configuration for you. Samsung kicks in a supposedly more durable ceramic backing option in white and black if you buy the 512GB or 1TB models.


Galaxy S10E: The 'value' S10 ($750)

Think of the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10E as "compact" rather than "small." You still get a large screen on a body that's shorter and thinner than last year's Galaxy S9. It's hard not to draw parallels with Apple's iPhone XR here, which costs the same and also self-styles as the "value" iPhone XS.

For the Galaxy S10, the big trade-off is having "only" two rear cameras -- the wide and ultrawide sensors, but no telephoto lens. There's also "just" the single 10-megapixel selfie cam, just like what you get on the Galaxy S10. You also lose the curved screens (it's flat) and in-screen fingerprint reader, but Samsung throws you a bone and inserts a sensor into the power button on the phone's right side, which is one of my favored placements. And yes, it works just fine.

Samsung Galaxy S10E
Dual cameras on the much cheaper Galaxy S10E

Samsung Galaxy S10E
Fingerprint scanner fused into the power button of the S10E

The battery's a tad smaller at 3,100 mAh (but hey, so is the phone), and your storage options are either 128GB with 6GB RAM or 256GB with 8GB RAM. Gorilla Glass 5 adorns the front and back.
It is worthy to note that these are still extremely competitive specs on paper, especially considering that this phone uses the same Snapdragon 855 chipset as the other S10s. Samsung isn't just going after the iPhone.

Galaxy S10 5G: The deluxe edition (price TBA, but likely over $1,000)

The Galaxy S10 with 5G: this model has a 6.7-inch screen, two cameras on the front and four cameras on the back. Yes, four, because the 5G model gets a 3D depth-sensing camera in addition to all the lenses on the S10 Plus. But here's the thing. This camera is only for fancy photo tricks and AR, and not for securely scanning your face like Apple's Face ID. Just to set your expectations.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Wireless PowerShare: Pretty great so far

One of the remarkable Galaxy S10 feature by far is that you can use the back of a Galaxy S10 phone to charge any other wireless charging device that uses the Qi standard. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro does this too. Swipe down on the notifications shade and tap on "Wireless PowerShare." Then turn the phone over on its face and place the back of a friend's phone, for example, or the new Galaxy Buds in their case, onto the back of the Galaxy S10 to give it a boost.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Sharing is caring, right? But let's not overdo it. Samsung has set a threshold so that your phone will stop giving up its reserves when it hits 30 percent.

While you'll be a hero to friends who need a hand, the real benefit is that you can wirelessly charge your compatible accessories or a second phone without carting around a cable for each one if you're out for a long day, or on vacation. Just keep in mind that since wireless charging is convenient, but typically much slower than wired charging, you'll be better off using Wireless PowerShare overnight.

You can use the Galaxy S10s to charge another Qi-enabled device, like the new Galaxy Buds earphones.

Here are the Galaxy S10 Phones from the smallest to biggest: Galaxy S10E, S10, S10 Plus and the S10 5G
Source: CNET

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