Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review

The Galaxy S10+ is Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, their biggest and worst smartphone. Is it worth the upgrade? Please read our full review and see!

Samsung has always been a company that puts design above all else, and the Galaxy S10+ is no different. It features some of the best specs on the market, including an incredible camera, a powerful processor, and a beautiful display.

However, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine with this phone — there are a few downsides that you should

Samsung is one of the best-known Android smartphone manufacturers in the world. After introducing their flagship smartphones in 2018, they have become very popular due to their great performance, sleek design, and excellent camera features. This year, Samsung has launched its new flagship smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy S10. They also announced the Samsung Galaxy S10e, which was released simultaneously. Both models are impressive and capable of handling all tasks well. This post will take you through everything you need to know about the Galaxy S10, and we will also give you an overview of the Samsung Galaxy S10+.


Build Quality

When it comes to smartphones, the build quality is usually what separates the good from the great. In the case of the Galaxy S10+, this is true. The phone itself is beautifully designed, and the screen is gorgeous. However, the S10+ can be a bit too expensive if you’re on a budget.

The S10+ costs $1000, and you’ll be paying that price for a device that offers almost nothing in terms of specifications.

To put this in perspective, the S10+ has the same processor and RAM as the S10, but the display is larger. In other words, you’re paying $300 more for a bigger display, and you’re getting less performance.

If you’re looking to spend under $500, the best option is the $550 OnePlus 6T. It’s not perfect, but the 6T is the only phone with a large display, a great camera, and a powerful processor.


The Galaxy S10+ is available in a 6.1-inch Infinity-O display and a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ display.

The Infinity-O display is Samsung’s largest display, measuring an impressive 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The screen boasts a resolution of 2960×1440 pixels.

It is also the world’s first “infinity-screen” display, with no bezels around the sides. The result is an incredibly immersive experience, even on a large display phone.

The Quad HD+ display features a resolution of 1440×3120 pixels. It is also the first display to feature a “3D-Touch” capability, where you can interact with content by pressing down on the screen.

The Galaxy S10+ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, which is Samsung’s most powerful chip. It is paired with an Adreno 640 GPU, which should be powerful enough for most tasks.

While the S10+ uses a similar design to its predecessor, the Galaxy S10, it does feature a couple of upgrades.

It also features a 12MP main camera, capable of taking sharp, detailed photos.


The Galaxy S10+ runs on Android 9 Pie, based on Samsung’s new Exynos 9820 chip. This is the same processor that powers the Galaxy Note 9, which means it’s very powerful.

It also comes with 6GB of RAM, which is double the amount of RAM found on the Galaxy S9.

It also comes with 32GB of storage, which is more than most other smartphones.

The Galaxy S10+ also has a larger battery than the Galaxy S9, but it doesn’t have wireless charging.

The Galaxy S10+ has a 6.1-inch Infinity-O display. It’s a massive 18.5:9 ratio, and it’s a screen beautiful.

The screen has a resolution of 2,960 x 1,440 and HDR 10 certification.

This screen is so big; it’s the second biggest display on the market. The only larger collection is the Galaxy Note 9.

The Galaxy S10+ also has a Super AMOLED display. It’s bright and colorful and has better contrast and viewing angles.

Samsung’s cameras are pretty good, and the Galaxy S10+ has two rear cameras and a single front-facing camera.

The Galaxy S10+ has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera. This is one of the few ultra-wide cameras capturing a 120-degree field of view.

It also has a 12-megapixel camera, and it has a telephoto lens.

The Galaxy S10+ also has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It’s a 12-megapixel camera, and it has a telephoto lens.

The Galaxy S10+ also has a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It’s a 12-megapixel camera, and it has a telephoto lens.


The Galaxy S10+ is a beast of a smartphone. With a large 5.8-inch screen, the handset is one of the largest smartphones you can buy. But what’s so special about it?

The answer is simple: it packs the latest software. Whether you’re looking at Android 9 Pie or Android 10, the S10+ is the most up-to-date version of Android.

Samsung has ensured the software is fully optimized to take advantage of the new hardware and comes with plenty of new features. Let’s take a look at the top features you should know about.

Android 10 is the newest version of Google’s mobile operating system, packed with many new features. It also includes changes to how the operating system handles apps, the overall look of the interface, and more.

So what exactly is new about Android 10?

Firstly, the latest version of Android supports ARCore, allowing developers to create AR experiences for Android phones.

While Google previously announced that Android 10 would be released in May, the company has pushed the release date back to July.

This is to allow time for more developers to port their AR apps to the new operating system.

It’s also worth mentioning that the new version of Android is a huge update that includes all sorts of major changes. A lot is going on under the hood, and it’s worth taking the time to read the full changelog.

Frequently asked Questions about Galaxy S10+ Review

Q: How long has Galaxy S10+ been available?

A: Samsung has released the Galaxy S10+ in South Korea since February 25th. In the U.S., it has only been available for pre-order since April 25th and will be available to customers on May 22nd.

Q: Do you like the new design of S10+?

A: I think that the new design is pretty. It is not exactly the design I like, but it differs from my previous Galaxy devices.

Q: Does the camera look different than previous versions?

A: I think the camera is great. It takes good pictures, and the autofocus works well.

Q: How does the battery last with S10+?

A: My battery lasts for about 12 hours of moderate usage.

Q: How is the fingerprint sensor?

A: The fingerprint scanner is very fast and responsive.

Top myths about Galaxy S10+ Review

  1. This phone is not waterproof.
  2. It has a small battery, and the battery life is bad.
  3. It does not have a headphone jack.
  4. The camera quality is low.


I did enjoy my first experience with the Galaxy S10+. I could complete all my tasks without having to switch between apps.

It was easy to use, I found the camera very good, and the battery life was surprisingly excellent.

I didn’t give it a perfect score because the phone costs $1,000, and the camera isn’t as good as the iPhone 11.

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