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This phone is a complete all-around phone you can buy, which is why I say the best in class.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is the phone you have to beat if you want to be considered the best this year.
So big new changes are design and camera. Those are the main thing.
The design is the most prominent new change on S10 Plus. It’s the most recognizable new design on the phone, and I ‘d say aesthetically there are very few downsides.
So when you get it out of the box it’s of course dominated by this huge beautifully bright display this is even bigger than the regular S10. It’s super viewable outdoor, great colors and calibrations thin bezels all the way around, small chin, tiny forehead. My couple of downside pretty much feel like nitpicking at this point. Like occasional accidental screen press from infinity display somewhere, that is a little bit annoying. The power button on the right-hand side is annoyingly high up. I wish it were lower. The body of the phones itself is glass and metal, but somehow it’s a super lightweight phone. It looks like it should be heavier than it is, but it’s super light in hand. Also, the hole punch in the display is a little bit, just a tiny bit intrusive.
Samsung Galaxy S0 Plus specification
You don’t have to really worry about specs with the Galaxy S10, Specs are great.
It has Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820, 8GB of RAM and128 GB of Storage. And the performance, of course, will fall in line with that. This is a very smooth phone. The one new Spec to note is the battery. The battery is bigger, and I must say the 4100mAh on the S10 Plus is excellent. It’s not quite like the full two-day phone like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro but pretty good for one day for a huge screen like this. And, of course, you have fast charging and wireless charging. Speaking of wireless charging this also has reverse wireless charging. It’s Kinda gimmicky; it’s super slow 4.5 watts.
Of course, you can’t forget about the new cameras on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, and by new, I mean just the ultra-wide camera new. And the other two cameras are mostly the same as last year.
The standard camera is still really good, especially when you give it enough light. It handles colors and high dynamic range better than ever, thanks to software. The Second telephoto camera which you’ll probably never use but hey it’s there if you need it. Photos from Galaxy S10 are Sharp, pretty colorful evenly lit, not a ton of contrast but still vibrant and little overexposed. But the Ultra-wide camera is the most fun addition by far. It doesn’t have OIS, but you hardly need it at this focal length. The distortion can get a little much if you are trying to do subjects and people with this ultra-wide shot, but overall it’s pretty good. It already has software stabilization.
The front-facing camera is even more of that. So there is a front-facing wide-angle and second cutout for depth sensor. As a result, front-facing selfies from Galaxy S10 Plus are pretty good it draws the depth map that fails sometimes, it also overexposes all the time. But overall, the selfie camera is decent. Also, I have to say I wish there was a dedicated night mode in this camera like night sight in Huawei or nightscape in OnePLus. But I think maybe they can add it with a software update.
You can now remap the Bixby button on Samsung Galaxy S10 to do anything you want.Almost.I mean, there is a huge catch. Bixby still is very good but in the Bixby setting, you can now single press or double press the Bixby button to launch whatever app you want as long as the other still launches the Bixby. Oh! And by the way, whole whatever you want a thing doesn’t include other voice assistants. This phone has Samsung One UI on this phone. It’s smooth overall, and of course, the icons which were huge in the stock grid are customizable. I also don’t know about the future updates but Andriod P out of the box, so fingers crossed.
Overall I give it thumbs up. It’s not too overly colourfull. There is a dark mode which is cool and the theme of keeping everything pretty low on the screen, so it’s easily accessible with one hand. It’s brilliant, especially how tall these displays have got. So on top of all of that ad IP68 water resistance, wifi 6, expandable storage, headphone jack, it’s just super complete. The price of the Samsung galaxy S10Plus is RS 73900 in India.