Specs Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E & S10 5G

Yeah! The South Korean Giant just announced not one, not two, not three, but four new additions to its Galaxy S series and we are totally in love with them. This happened on Wednesday when the company officially teased its S10 family (S10, S10 Plus, S10E and S10 5G) in San Francisco.

Want a quick breakdown of how they all compare? We have got you covered.

Specs Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E & S10 5G

Samsung Galaxy S10 vs. S10 Plus, S10E & S10 5G

We know Samsung has got you confused about which model to buy. If you are not sure yet which S10 model to go to, here’s the at-a-glance breakdown of every spec of each model.

Screen Size & Resolution

Just like always, Samsung features the best in its models, even in the budget ones like Samsung Galaxy S10E. The S10E is the basic model of the Samsung Galaxy S10 that comes featuring the smallest display of 5.8” among all the other models in the family. The S10 and S10 Plus packs 6.1” and 6.4” respectively, while the S10 5G comes with the largest display size of 6.7”. The base model comes with a flat AMOLED Full HD+ display, while the rest of the advanced models comes with the Curved AMOLED Quad HD+ displays.

  • Galaxy S10E: 5.8″ Flat AMOLED Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10: 6.1″ Curved Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10 Plus: 6.4″ Curved Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10 5G: 6.7″ Curved Full HD+

RAM & Storage

Besides the screen sizes and the resolutions, all the four models from the S10 family comes in RAM and storage difference too. The base model – Samsung Galaxy S10 E comes in 6 and 8GB versions along with the storage options of 128 and 256 GB respectively. The S10 packs a RAM of 8GB with the storage capacity of 128 and 512 GB. S10 Plus models are going to come featuring the RAM of 8GB with the extendable storage memory up to 1TB. The 5G version of S10 is going to pack 8GB RAM along with the storage capacity of 256GB.

  • Galaxy S10E: 5.8″ Flat AMOLED Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10: 6.1″ Curved Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10 Plus: 6.4″ Curved Full HD+
  • Galaxy S10 5G: 6.7″ Curved Full HD+

Specs Comparison: Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E & S10 5G

Cameras

Coming to the cameras, S10 lineup brings the multiple camera feature in all of its new models. S10E features two rear camera lenses (12MP wide angle, 16MP ultra-wide) with a 10MP selfie camera. On the other hand, the S10 and S10 Plus comes with 3 rear camera lenses (12 MP standard, 12 MP telephoto, and 16MP ultrawide) along with the 10MP dual front camera sensors. The 5G edition of the S10 packs four camera lenses (12MP telephoto, 12 MP wide angle, 16MP Ultra-wide and a 3D depth camera) plus dual front camera sensors.

  • Galaxy S10E: 12MP Wide Angle + 16MP Ultra Wide Rear & 10MP Front
  • Galaxy S10: 12MP Wide Angle + 12MP Telephoto Lens + 16MP Ultra Wide Rear & 10MP Front
  • Galaxy S10 Plus: 12MP Wide Angle + 12MP Telephoto Lens + 16MP Ultra Wide Rear & 10MP Dual Front
  • Galaxy S10 5G: 12MP Wide Angle + 12MP Telephoto Lens + 16MP Ultra Wide Rear + 3D Depth Camera & 10MP Dual Front

Battery Capacity

The S10E model packs 3,100mAh, S10 model packs 3,400mAh, S10 Plus packs 4,100mAh and S10 5G packs 4,500mAh battery cell.

In addition to that, all the models of the S10 lineup come with a dual SIM option, except the 5G variant. All these models feature the fast and wireless charging, PowerShare (Wireless Reverse Charging), water and dust resistance features. All the models will hit the market shelves by the End of April.

  • Galaxy S10E: 3100mAh
  • Galaxy S10: 3400mAh
  • Galaxy S10 Plus: 4100mAh
  • Galaxy S10 5G: 4500mAh

Price Comparison

  • Galaxy S10E: $750 – $950
  • Galaxy S10: $900 – $1200
  • Galaxy S10 Plus: $1000 – $1600
  • Galaxy S10 5G: $1300

Android OS Comparison

  • Galaxy S10E: Android Pie 9.0 – Upgradable to Android 10 & Android 11
  • Galaxy S10: Android Pie 9.0 – Upgradable to Android 10 & Android 11
  • Galaxy S10 Plus:Android Pie 9.0 – Upgradable to Android 10 & Android 11
  • Galaxy S10 5G: Android Pie 9.0 – Upgradable to Android 10 & Android 11

So which Samsung Galaxy S10 series model you would go for?

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