Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is the most expensive of all-new Galaxy S10 range. Like past entries in the Galaxy S series, it has a larger screen, better camera, and a higher price tag.
It surpasses the Galaxy S9 Plus, which was the biggest phone Samsung offers and brings whole new features including an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, Infinity-O display, rear-mounted triple-camera, and wireless power-sharing.
Galaxy S10 Plus marks its tenth anniversary of the successful Galaxy S. Since the launch of the Galaxy S in June 2010, it has moved from a 4-inch AMOLED display, 5MP rear camera to a 6.4-inch curved AMOLED with an embedded fingerprint scanner, rear-mounted triple-camera, and dual-selfie camera, glass and aluminum case.
With the dual selfie cameras on the new Samsung flagship lack in beauty, they make up for more functionality. The Galaxy S10 Plus, with the only model in the S10 range with dual front-facing cameras, is the only device capable of shooting Live Focus selfies.
While this is commonplace on almost all flagship smartphones, Samsung has added a number of extra effects to its Live Focus feature this year. “Colour Point” turns the background greyscale so that only the subject is left in colour, while “Zoom Bokeh” and “Spin Bokeh” make it look like you’re racing towards the camera or speeding around on a roundabout, respectively.
Camera (color point)
Flip over the Galaxy S10 Plus and you’ll find the new triple-camera.the the rear-mounted system. A 12MP wide-angle camera with Optical Image Stabilisation, a variable aperture that can switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4.
Alongside the main camera, you’ll find a 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide sensor and a 12MP telephoto lens with f/2.4. bringing the new triple-camera, it has an enabled 0.5x wide-angle shots, the same as those seen on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, as well as 2x optical zoom.
With the Galaxy S10 Plus, Samsung has left the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, which will be music to the ears of anyone still using the Galaxy S8 Plus and its teeth-grindingly finicky sensor placed beside the camera lens. Instead, the biometric sensor is now found underneath the AMOLED display.
The Galaxy S10 Plus runs the phenomenal, Samsung-designed One UI mobile operating system, which is based on Android 9.0 Pie.
Fuelling the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is a 4,100mAh battery cell. For comparison,its bigger than the battery in the Galaxy Note 9, regardless of its larger footprint. With some restraint, it’s easy to eke out a day and a half between charges
Headphone Port and Resistance
The 3.5mm headphone port remains intact. It can also withstand water and dust resistance.