Screen size: 6.2-inch / 6.7-inch / 6.9-inch
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
OS: Android 10
Storage: 128GB / 256GB / 512GB
Battery: 4,000mAh / 4,500mAh / 5,000mAh
It feels like just the other day that we were singing the praises of the game-changing Samsung S10. Now, they are leaping ahead with this year’s Galaxy S20 (or Galaxy S11 – they seem undecided). As much as we anticipated the launch of the Galaxy S10, it’s fair to say every S-series launch is something of a breakthrough. So why should we expect anything less from this turn-of-the-decade flagship?
And Samsung is really upping their game with this one. You thought the three rear cameras on the Galaxy S10 were awesome? Well, now they’re paired with five camera sensors for even better-quality shots. Last year, we saw the release of the Galaxy S10+, the S10, and the S10e. Well, this year, Samsung is dropping the “e” variant and giving us a Galaxy S, a Plus and an Ultra model with an extra two models featuring 5G connectivity – that’s five brand-spanking-new models!
One feature of the Galaxy S10 that has been criticised since its launch is the effectiveness of its wireless charging feature. Also know as the “bilateral charging”, this feature is meant to transform your new Samsung S10 into a wireless charging pad that can restore other devices like phones, smartwatches, and Bluetooth earbuds. While this is a useful feature in theory, in its current state it is proving slow and inefficient. If there is one feature we are looking to see improved, it’s this one.