Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Single-SIM 256 GB 6.7-Inch Android Smartphone UK Version Silver (Renewed)

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Single-SIM 256 GB 6.7-Inch Android Smartphone UK Version Silver (Renewed)

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Single-SIM 256 GB 6.7-Inch Android Smartphone UK Version Silver (Renewed)

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The Galaxy S10+ is the first US phone with an under-display, ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. It's more accurate than the OnePlus 6T's optical sensor. With a dry finger, if you hit the screen at the right spot, I found it to be 100 percent accurate in testing. But that's the thing —you have to hit the screen at the exact right spot. Hitting it off-center results in rejected touches. There's no visual guideline to do so when the screen is off, and no physical guide (like the ridge of a physical sensor) at all. The sensor is less accurate with a wet finger, and not usable at all with a dirty or goopy finger. For more on this, see my separate story on testing the fingerprint sensor. In real-life use at MWC19 in Barcelona, it seemed like I never needed to recharge it. The Galaxy S10+ would regularly go two days and still have a decent charge. Can you chalk that up to the superior regenerative powers of Spanish mobile networks? Maybe. Samsung says it comes down to software: More intelligent management of what processes are running, combined with what DisplayMate says is a more power-efficient screen, makes for an ideal battery situation. The battery fast-charges with both wired and wireless connections, although to fast-charge wirelessly it needs an appropriate fast-charging wireless pad. The hole in this 'punch-hole' display is extra-large, as Samsung dropped in two front cameras to take better portrait selfies than the single-lens Galaxy S10 and S10e front cameras.Good news, we’ve not found it too distracting. We had the opportunity to spend some brief moments in the company of the four Galaxies, and we'll be sharing some early impressions.

EE has 12 5G smartphones for you to choose from at the moment. The cheapest option is the Samsung Galaxy A90 5G, while the priciest - by quite a distance - is the foldable Samsung Galaxy Fold 5G. On a similar note, the phone’s performance is equally impressive. Samsung’s homebrew Exynos 9820 processor is as fast as they come, largely matching the benchmarking results of its rivals such as the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and Huawei Mate 20 X 5G. We got our hands on the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G on launch day and have been testing out the speed of EE's shiny new network. The default resolution is Full HD+, but you can crank it to QHD+ and it's pin sharp, with HDR10+ for superior contrast and color. That's an important perk if you’re a movie-watcher on your phone – an idea which isn’t so crazy its size. Sold? To complicate your buying decision, the Galaxy S10 5G is an even bigger and better S10 phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus is even more premium as a Samsung smartphone, and if you've got all the money in the world, the foldable Samsung Galaxy Fold is also available to buy – to say nothing of the S20 line and its incremental imrpovements.The Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4-inch, 3,040-by-1,440-pixel Dynamic AMOLED screen that's been rated as the best smartphone display available by Ray Soneira at DisplayMate Labs. According to Soneira's comprehensive tests, the screen is amazingly bright, colorful, and power-efficient, delivering the best handheld experience possible. Another sacrifice has been made for the S10e's lower price and it's the fingerprint reader - unlike the ultrasonic under-display modules of its more expensive brothers, this one has it in the power button on the side, just like the Galaxy A7 (2018). Video options and quality are all excellent, better than Apple's iPhones. The rear camera can record 4K video at 60 frames per second; the front camera can do it at 30. You can record in hyperlapse, regular speed, slow-mo, or up to 960fps super-slow-mo (that last one for 0.4 seconds). You can get your video stabilized or super-stabilized. And all that comes through in HDR10+. Of course, you can also choose between three lenses to frame your scenes. It's the widest variety of options I've seen on a video-recording phone in the US.

Samsung comes very close to matching the iPhone XS score of 11,481 – outright speed has long been one advantage Apple has held over its chief rival. And storage makes the S10 Plus a wholly better value, starting at a healthy 128GB, of which around 110GB is actually available to you out of the box. If that’s not enough space, there’s a microSD slot which supports cards up to 1TB in size, or the 512GB and 1TB internal storage sizes – for an additional cost, of course.If you want that latest screen, processor, Wi-Fi 6, and a nifty, better-located fingerprint scanner, meanwhile, there's the S10e. With a trade-in, the S10e is even cheaper than the S9 right now. Fingerprint (under display, ultrasonic), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate, SpO2 The Galaxy S10+'s Vivid display mode is similar to the Note 9's Adaptive, and the Note 9's Cinema display mode seems a little more accurate than the S10+'s Natural. Both phones are a bit more color accurate than the iPhone XS Max with TrueTone on. Fingerprint Sensor The result is...just about as good as the Galaxy S9+. And that's good —the Galaxy S9 has an excellent camera. In good light, it's pretty much impeccable; in good light, all of the flagship phone cameras are pretty much impeccable nowadays. I took several comparative photos between the GS9+ and GS10+, and I really struggled to find any difference between the images in good, natural light.

Battery is definitely one reason to choose the bigger S10+ over the smaller devices, as the other S10 models have 3,400mAh (S10) and 3,100mAh (S10e) cells. With the Galaxy S10+, you're definitely getting an object that feels expensive. It's big and made from gorgeous, premium-feeling material. Everything's tight; nothing's cheap (so get a case and protect it). At 6.20 by 2.92 by 0.31 inches (HWD), it's almost exactly the same size as the S9+ (and noticeably narrower than the iPhone XS Max). Yet it has a bigger, taller screen: 6.4 inches at a 19:9 ratio. Looked at in terms of pure area, that's 15.58 square inches, compared with 15.12 on the S9+, 16.08 on the XS Max, and 16.11 on the Galaxy Note 9. While top speeds of over 1Gbps are quoted, in reality we've seen speeds more consistently around the 200-400Mbps threshold - still comfortably faster than average 4G speeds. Shot Suggestions hints at how to fix photos using the phone’s neural processing unit (NPU). We found its real-time tips on leveling shots and framing subjects helpful, with an on-screen reticle to properly center group shots. Sure, its suggestions are at times way off, but for the most part it’s a helpful addition to the camera UI.

It's roughly the dimensions of the S9 Plus and feels better in-hand than the physically bigger Note 9, which has a 83.4% screen-to-body ratio.It's surprisingly easy to hold in the hand for a ‘Plus’-sized handset, though those with smaller palms will find the glass-and-metal finish offers little in the way of grip. We found ourselves using two hands, especially to type, and suggest a case before walking out of the store with this one. My real struggle here is between our labs-based testing and actually judging whether you should spend this much money on this device. Test-wise, everything works here. The Galaxy S10+ offers a top-of-the line, top-spec experience. I'm just torn on whether or not those specs matter enough to justify the price. The S10 5G’s only real downside is overall stamina. Despite the larger battery, the S10 5G didn’t do quite so well as the S10 Plus in our in-house battery rundown test, managing 20hrs and 40mins on a single charge. All things considered, that’s still a very good result, it’s just that the added Exynos 5100 modem clearly has a negative effect on overall battery life even when not in use. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G review: Verdict So far, Vodafone has 11 5G smartphones on offer, with the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Fold, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G and Huawei P40 Pro all available to buy now.

Three's 5G collection includes the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, Huawei Mate Xs, Huawei P40 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy A90 5G and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G. O2 currently offers the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, Galaxy A90 5G, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G and the Oppo Reno 5G in its 5G handset lineup.As it uses O2, its coverage should be the same, meaning the following 75 places now: Aberdeen, Ashford, Banstead, Basildon, Belfast, Birmingham, Blaydon, Bradford, Bridge of Don, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Chatham, Chesterfield, Coventry, Dartford, Derby, Dewsbury, Dundee, Dyce, Eastbourne, Edinburgh, Esher, Gateshead, Gillingham, Glasgow, Grays, Hemel Hempstead, Huddersfield, Hull, Jarrow, Leeds, Leicester, Lincoln, Lisburn, Liverpool, London, Lowestoft, Luton, Manchester, Mansfield, Middlesbrough, Morley, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newtownabbey, North Shields, Northampton, Norwich, Nottingham, Orpington, Oxford, Peterborough, Plymouth, Rainham, Redhill, Rotherham, Sheffield, Slough, Staines, South Shields, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunbury, Sunderland, Thundersley, Tynemouth, Warrington, Washington, Weybridge, Windsor, Worthing and York. Let's start by comparing it with the Galaxy S9+, which is about the same size as the S10+. Yes, the S10+ offers incremental improvements in the screen, battery life, modem, processor, and Wi-Fi performance. But I think you'll be just as happy with the S9+, because other than battery life, I wasn't able to find big differences in lived experiences, as opposed to lab testing.

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