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Saturday, January 11, 2020

Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the most fantastic smart phone

Samsung produced a string of excellent phones that includes its most recent launch: the Galaxy S10 announced at a 10-year celebration of Galaxy phones in San Francisco in February, the S10 actually encompasses four Galaxy S models: the standard S10, a smaller, more affordable S10e, the larger S10+, and the giant S10 5G.
S10+ is one of the phones that equipped with the latest technologies and with high specifications.
What’s good
The camera is great. As has become the norm for Samsung smart phones in recent years, the S10+ has a wonderful camera setup. It features three cameras on the rear, including a 16-mega pixel super-wide-angle camera, as well as a regular wide-angle and a telephoto camera (both of which are 12 mega pixels). These combine to let you pick up vivid colors and sharp detail in photos, and produce some interesting depth-of-focus tricks. 

S10+ camera test
 S10+ also has two front-facing cameras, 10 and 8 mega pixels, respectively—that allow for super-wide selfies, meaning you should be able to get more people into your group shots. But be warned: When you use both the wide-angle selfie camera or the super-wide rear camera, there’s a bit of distortion as the edges of the images start to fishbowl.

The display is sharp and massive. The huge 6.4-inch high-resolution AMOLED display is a joy to look at, wether you’re playing games, watching movies, or just reading emails. As Samsung has hinted at before, if its displays weren’t great, its competitors (like Apple) wouldn’t be buying them.

The battery life is decent. The marketing for the S10 claims the phones have “all-day battery,” although it’s perhaps intentionally unclear whether that means 24 hours or just the amount of hours most people are awake. Either way, the S10+ had no problems getting through more than a whole day for me on a single charge, although sometimes the battery drained quite quickly, and it wasn’t clear what I was doing to cause that.

Reverse charging.
 Although Samsung wasn’t the first to do it (Huawei took that crown), the Galaxy S10’s ability to charge other devices is both a fantastic party trick and a potential lifesaver. If you’re on a trip and forgot to bring more than one cable, fear not! When it’s plugged in, the S10 can pass power through the phone to another device sitting on its back, like Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds wireless headphones, or even a competitor’s.

Simple interface.
 Samsung has in the past been criticized for adding far too much of its own junk to the Android operating system, including apps that few people used and software styling that just felt bloated. It’s slimmed down what it includes on devices now (although it still has its own app store if you’re hankering for Samsung-themed apps), and the S10 provides a clean, simple Android experience that is generally enjoyable to use.

What’s not so good
fingerprint scanner.
 Samsung managed to ditch the awkwardly placed fingerprint scanners its older phones had on their backs and incorporate one into the display. While this means ample screen real estate, and no more difficult finger stretches, the scanner isn’t quite as reliable as others I’ve used. It struggled to read my fingerprint unless my finger was in a very specific position, and often told me there was no match. 

It’s big. 
Like all of Samsung’s recent plus-sized models, the S10+ is a big phone to hold in your hands. It stands about 6.2 inches tall and nearly 3 inches wide, meaning there’s little chance your fingers will be able to stretch from one side of the screen to the other.

It’s costly.
 It wasn’t that long ago that a new top-of-the-line Galaxy phone cost around $700, but those days are sadly behind us. The standard S10 starts at $900, and the S10+ at $1,000. You can pick up the S10e for $750, but if you compare the three devices, you’d be getting a smaller battery, fewer cameras, less memory, and a smaller screen. That’s a lot of cut corners to save $150.

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