Samsung’s Galaxy S line has long been one of the best-sellers in the premium smartphone segment, and with its three new devices in the S10 range, that looks unlikely to change. As its tended to do in recent years, Samsung’s focused its efforts on upgrading three key areas of its flagship handsets: the display, cameras and performance.
Bigger is best
It’s no surprise that the S10 device that gets the most features is the S10+. First up, there’s the 6.4in Quad HD+ curved display that features Samsung’s dynamic AMOLED tech and, thanks to the new Infinity-O display which uses a punch hole in the top right-hand corner of the screen for the pair of front-facing cameras and accompanying sensors, it’s as close to a truly edge-to-edge screen as Samsung’s ever managed.
Next up there’s the triple camera setup around back. In addition to pairing of a wide-angle, variable aperture (f/1.5 or f/2.4) 12MP camera and a 2x optical zoom 12MP telephoto camera as seen on the S9+, there’s now a third, 16MP ultra-wide angle snapper that provides a 123-degree field of view. That should make it easier to get photos of big groups, or compelling shots of interiors and other tight spaces.
Up front, meanwhile, the S10+ boasts a 10MP f/1.9 camera supported by an 8MP f/2.2 RGB depth camera, which means you’ll be able to take portrait-like selfies that keep you nice and crisp while blurring the backgroun...
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