Wednesday was the day for the people who bleed technology in San Francisco and all across the globe. It was the day when Samsung unveiled its most awaited flagships – Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Samsung Galaxy Fold. The South Korean Giant celebrated its 10th anniversary by going bold and futuristic.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Price
Just like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the S10 series is also something worth discussing. How? The series comes in the four new impressive models – the cheaper S10E ($750), the Galaxy S10 ($900), S10 Plus ($1,000) and the S10 5g.
Here’s what the phones have got worth discussing.
What Does Samsung Galaxy S10 Family Include?
The Samsung Galaxy S10 family includes a core set of shared features, such as multiple cameras, with only minimal tweaks differentiating the various models. Another thing that four of the models from S10 shares is the tiniest bezels, offering the users to enjoy bigger screens, after all. And yes, you’ve still got a headphone jack.
The S10 lot from the Samsung is quite pricey and Samsung itself revealed that what they focus on this lot is not the budget. Instead, they focused on three primary features – display, camera, and performance.
In the unveiling event of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, we found out that Samsung worked hard on its three main features after all. The screens are brighter, have high contrasts and are still power efficient. The Galaxy S10e has a 5.8-inch screen with Full HD+ resolution, the Galaxy S10 has a 6.1-inch display with Quad HD+ resolution, while the Galaxy S10 Plus has a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ display. The Galaxy S10 5G has a huge 6.7-inch Quad HD+ display. All four adopt the 19:9 screen aspect ratio, making for a 93.1 percent screen-to-body ratio.
On the front, all the phones have a dual-pixel 10MP camera that can record 4K video. The S10 Plus adds an 8MP depth camera for selfie portraits. On the rear, Samsung Galaxy S10 and the bigger S10 Plus features an ultra-wide 16MP camera with a 123-degree field of view, a wide-angle 12MP camera with a 77-degree field of view, and a telephoto 12MP camera with a 45-degree field of view. All the phones are capable of recording 4k videos and that is another thing we liked about the S10 family.
For performance, the Galaxy S10 line programmed the chip on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with RAM ranging between 6GB and 12GB, and storage ranging between 128GB and 1TB.
Moreover, S10 line introduced the Wi-Fi 6 feature that means super fast local network speeds. Pre-orders for the phones will be available from Feb 21st and the devices will ship March 8th. So are you going to pre-order?