During the Unpacked 2019 Samsung updated its Galaxy line-up with 3 new smartphones: Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10E. Here’s a quick recap of all of them:
- Galaxy S10 – the new Samsung flagship boasts a few notable features, like a new Infinity O display (6.1 inches, QHD+ support, Gorilla Glass 6), three rear cameras, the front camera with 4K recording support, an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor built into the screen and wireless power share (other devices and accessories can be charged if you put them on Galaxy S10). Also, it has an Exynos 9 9820/Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, Bluetooth 5.0
- Galaxy S10+ – a big brother of S10 has a bigger 6.4-inch display, a dual front camera and a bigger 4100mAh battery. Plus, there is a Special Edition version in a ceramic body, 12GB RAM and 1TB storage.
- Galaxy S10E – the cheapest smartphone of the new line-up has the same display design with a front camera in the right upper corner but it’s no match to others. It has a flat 5.8-inch display, two cameras on the back instead of three, no ultrasonic fingerprint scanner (it’s located on the side), a smaller battery (3100mAh). Other than that, it still has flagship specifications.