The Samsung Galaxy S line up of phones is well known for bringing some unique features that are debuted first time in the industry every year.

The Samsung Galaxy S10-Series has been launched at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday, before MWC 2019 next week. As a large rumor, South Korean consumer electronics giants have launched three models – Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e, with all “Hole-Punch” Self cameras. The three smartphones have some important common specifications, such as a processor, HDR10 + certification with a dynamic AMOLED display, fast wireless charging 2.0 and wireless power share. The last is something new for Samsung, a reverse wireless charging feature which Huawei unveiled with Mate 20 Pro. There is a lot between Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 + and the cheapest Samsung Galaxy S10e

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy s10


Here’s how the Galaxy S10 Plus specs are shaping up from all the rumors and leaks so far:

Screen size: 6.4-inch
Screen resolution: 1440 x 3040
Screen aspect ratio: 19:9
Rear cameras: 12MP, 16MP, 13MP
Front cameras: dual cameras
Chipset: Exynos 9820/Snapdragon 855
Storage: 128GB-1TB
OS: Android 9 Pie

Should we buy the Galaxy s10?

Never buy a smartphone without watching reviews of the product. And not just one review from a trusted source, but multiple from different websites and YouTube channels etc..

The best example of this is the essential ph-1. The phone was expected to be one of the best with highest screen to body ratio at that time, great hardware with titanium frame and ceramic at the back, and the biggest of all, it was made by Andy Rubin, also known as the father of Android. Such a smartphone should be great right? And, today we know how great the ph-1 was for its price.

I guess you got my point, never buy a smartphone without watching it’s review first and that too from a person or source you can trust.