Taking the best elements of the most popular models, adding in faster Wi-Fi 6 and HDR 10+, there’s a lot to see in the new range.
All eyes are on the 6.1” Infinity Display – nearly edge to edge, top to bottom and, in the case of the Galaxy S10 Plus and cheaper Galaxy S10e, so large that the front camera is tucked into a small punch-hole in the screen.
There’s a lot going on behind the AMOLED ('active-matrix organic light-emitting diode') screen, including all the key sensors and the new, now invisible ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
The Wireless PowerShare may well earn you new friends with the option to use the back of the S10 to Qi charge another phones (or the new Galaxy Buds). It’s not a new idea, but will be a first in some territories, the US included.
Check out the full specs in more detail:
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