The Galaxy S10 has been exciting us a fair amount here at Quick Mobile Fix. Mainly because of the new features that are supposedly shipping with the new phone.
This is what we know so far.
First of all, we know there will be three models; the Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+. Each of these devices will come with different features with the S10+, naturally being the big daddy of the lot.
So let’s start with the lowest in the range, the S10e.
The S10e will feature a 5.8” display with a pretty decent camera for an entry-level phone to the S10 range. The camera itself will boast 12MP variable aperture + 16MP Ultra-Wide rear camera which is very competitive for its supposed price of £669 for the 128GB version.
The standard S10 will be featuring a bit of an upgrade compared to the S10e with a 6.2” display and a better camera set up; 12MP + 16MP Ultra-Wide + 13MP telephoto lens. The most important part to take of that is the 13MP telephoto lens which means we should start seeing some incredible images captured on the new S10 range. The S10 will be priced a tad higher than it’s S10e counterpart at £799 for the 128GB version.
Now we get to the fun part. The S10 Plus.
The S10 + is arguably, one of the best phones Samsung has created if the supposed specs are anything to go by.
The Galaxy S10 Plus will include a 6.44” screen, 6GB / 8GB of RAM depending on which model you go for and a storage option of 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. As we the Galaxy S9, you can extend that storage capacity with the inclusion of a Micro SD slot. The camera will again be very competitive with a 12MP + 16MP + 13MP telephoto rear cameras and this time with dual-front facing cameras. The fingerprint scanner has also been moved from the back of the phone to being built into the display.
The Galaxy S10 Plus will cost £899 for the 128GB version.
All of the S10 range (aside from the 5G version) will be launched on February 20, on sale March 8, 2019.