Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review
For those of you who want to buy a Samsung smartphone that is bigger and has better hardware than the others, you will want to turn to the Galaxy S10+. The Galaxy S10+ phablet with a 6.4-inch edge-to-edge display makes gaming and watching videos much more immersive than other smartphones.
Samsung ushered in a major design refresh this year, something that it now does once in every two years. The biggest change is that the S10 Plus display stretches further to the top and engulfs the selfie snapper while doing so.
Maybe this is because the notch is positioned on the top left corner, or maybe it’s because of the few extra pixel spacing between the notch and the top bezel, or perhaps its the extremely neat and precise cut made for the camera. Or perhaps all of the above.
It surely doesn’t feel hostile, though. Besides, the vast expanse of absolutely gorgeous AMOLED panel should make it impossible for anyone to feel upset while holding the new Galaxy.
With a large 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display, the Galaxy S10+ colors pop and it features deeper blacks. And the brightness works so well that you can still see what you are doing when the sun is out in full force.
What I like about the Galaxy S10+ compared to the other Galaxy S10 devices is that it has dual cameras on the front. This will help you up your selfie game.
- Standout design, top-quality build, unique colors.
- Perfect display.
- The Dual rear camera is excellent.
- Superb photo and video quality
- The Battery is very good.
- Cost Effective
- 3.5 mm Audio jack.
- Extendable storage
- Would be good if the ultra wide cam had autofocus
- Low-light selfies are not satisfied.
- Frustrating fingerprint reader experience
- Bright night mode isn’t up there with the Pixel’s or Huawei’s night modes.
- Micro USB 2.0