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Update Samsung Galaxy S10 Confirmed UK Release Date, Price and Specs Tech Advisor

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Update Samsung Galaxy S10 Confirmed UK Release Date, Price and Specs Tech Advisor The marks the 10th revision to Samsungs S series of flagship smartphones, unveiled today at For 2019 its joined by a new sibling in the a Lite version , as well as the , and seesall round upgrades to design, performance, photography and more

This is the first in the line to include an ultrasonic in display fingerprint sensor, and there are now three camera lenses at the rear The S10 Plus even gains an extra camera at the front The new Infinity O Dynamic AMOLED display is simply gorgeous, HDR10+ enabled with dynamic tone mapping, and a punch hole cutout for the selfie camera leaving masses of room for pure screen Its larger too, with the trio adopting 58 , 6

1 and 64in displays "Galaxy S10 builds on [an] incredible legacy, and delivers breakthrough display, camera, and performance innovations With four premium devices, each built for a consumer in mind, Samsung is leveraging a decade of industry leadership to usher in a new era of smartphone technology," said Samsung President DJ Koh All three phones come in Prism White, Prism Black and Prism Green, with additional Ceramic Black and Ceramic White options for the Galaxy S10 Plus

The are available to pre order tomorrow 21 February , officially on sale on 8 March, and if you pre order before 7 March youll get a free pair of wireless earphones Click here to pre order or via Prices start at: , as well as our round up of the A 5G version of the Galaxy S10 will also be available in 2019 In the US this will be available exclusively through Verizon in the first half of the year, coming later in the summer to AT T, Spectrum Mobile, Sprint, T Mobile and Xfinity Mobile

Well update this article with details of UK carriers when we know more The standard Galaxy S10 is a huge improvement over the S9, and we think Its instantly recognisable as a S series flagship, yet Samsung has managed to push the boundaries further and improve upon what was already a great looking phone With a larger 61in screen its a bit bigger than its predecessor, but both thinner and lighter

Samsung has revamped the front of the device, with a new colour soaked AMOLED Infinity O panel devoting maximum surface area to usable screen space now up to 931 percent screen to body ratio , and an integrated super accurate ultrasonic fingerprint sensor At the back its moved the camera module from a vertical to a horizontal position, and added two extra camera lenses The new triple lens camera module comprisesthe existing 12Mp wide angle lens with a variable aperture of f/15 2

4 with 16Mp, f/22 ultra wide and 12Mp, f/24 telephoto lenses The camera app has also been updated, and were looking forward to giving it a whirl Youll be pleased to note the 3

5mm headphone jack remains in place, making Samsung one of the few phone makers who has not taken the plunge with USB C audio It also retains the IP68 waterproofing The only casualty weve found on the hit list is the biometric iris scanning tech, and the Galaxy S10 now supports only 2D face scanning Depending on where you buy the Galaxy S10 youll get either the 8nm Exynos 9820 UK and Europe or 7nm Snapdragon 855 elsewhere chip Both are devilishly fast, with the latter promising a 45 percent processing and 20 percent graphics boost over last years 845

Battery life should also be better, with the S9s 3,000mAh cell upgraded to a 3,400mAh battery that supports fast wired and wireless charging over USB C All three Galaxy S10 models support wireless power share, which allows them to wirelessly charge other compatible phones Its probably a gimmick, but well reserve judgement for now especially since it can also be used to power up the Galaxy Buds, which come as a freebie if you pre order before 7 March Storage and memory options have been bumped, with 8GB RAMand 128GB storage as standard, and 512GB optional MicroSD support lets you add a further 512GB

Also new to the Galaxy S10 is Samsungs revamped One UI, a custom interface applied to Android 9 Pie Its massively simplified over previous interfaces, and makes one handed use a cinch Ignoring for now the 5G Galaxy S10, this Plus model is the largest in the line up It has a 64in Quad HD+ display, which means it has a slightly lower pixel density than the standard model with 438ppi against its 550ppi

Its still incredibly clear, of course The panel is to all intents and purposes the same as that used by the standard S10, except youll notice it has a larger cutout for the selfie camera This is because the S10 Plus adds a second camera to the front, complementing the existing 10Mp, f/19 lens with an 8Mp RGB sensor that enables depth sensing At the rear you get the same setup as on the standard S10, with the triple lens camera and heart rate sensor to the side

And it features the same ultrasonic in display fingerprint sensor as its brother With a larger screen the S10 Plus is naturally larger and heavier than its siblings, but no chunkier at 78mm If you opt for the Ceramic version it weighs in at 198g, but the standard colour options are a lighter 175g A bigger body means good things in terms of battery power, of course, and the S10 Plus is fitted with a 4,100mAh cell thats 1,000mAh higher in capacity than that of the S10e and 700mAh higher than the S10

It, too, supports fast wired and wireless charging Whereas the standard S10 maxes out at 8GB of RAM, the Plus model is also available with a staggering 12GB of memory if you plump for the Ceramic model It also goes all in on storage, adding to the 128GB and 512GB options with a massive 1TB available to that special edition And you can boost this by up to 512GB using microSD Youll notice the Galaxy S10 has has something of a price hike from the £739 retail price of the , so it makes sense that Samsung has also introduced the cheaper S10e to appeal to those on a tighter budget

But in exchange for the lower price you must make some compromises with this S10e It is the smallest of the trio, with a 58in display Its specified at Full HD+ resolution, as are all Galaxy S10 models by default, but the others are able to go as high as Quad HD+ This is a flat display, whereas the others are curved, and has somewhat chunkier screen bezels

This also means it is the lightest, at 150g, but in order to cram in a 3,100mAh battery 300mAh down on the S10 and 1,000mAh down on the Plus Samsung has needed to make itever so slightly chunkier at a still slim 79mm In common with the rest of the range this battery is charged over USB C and supports fast wired and wireless charging Rather than the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor built into the display of its brothers, the S10e uses a capacitive modelthats embedded in the power button It also loses the heart rate sensor and the third 12Mp telephoto lens from the rear of the S10 and S10 Plus, with a 12Mp + 16Mp dual lens model in its place

Selfie cameras are the same as on the standard S10, with a 10Mp, f/19 sensor The S10e uses the same processor as its siblings, but its paired with 6GB LPDDR4X RAM as standard, with 8GB available as an optionMaximum storage options are also lower, with a choice of 128GB or 256GB You can always add on more with microSD, and the S10e supports up to 512GB

Click here for the best and Samsung Galaxy S10 review: Hands on How Samsung has redesigned its interface to be more like Apple and less like Android iPhone XS vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus : prise en main

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