The introduction of Samsung’s latest flagship device has been a highly anticipated event. Building on the success of the Galaxy S range, we run down our top 5 features of the brand-new device.

1 - Infinity-O display

The Samsung Galaxy S10 brings the Samsung Galaxy series into the future with its Infinity-O Display. The 6.1-inch WQHD+ Dynamic AMOLED screen promises an uninterrupted aesthetic, opting for a holepunch selfie camera rather than a notch or a top bezel as we’ve seen on previous models.

The front of the device is a pure edge-to-edge glass display enforced with Corning Gorilla Glass, although Samsung also provides a screen protector with the handset for an extra layer of protection.


In terms of security, an Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner is housed beneath the display, meaning you can simply touch the screen to unlock the device. Overall, the Galaxy S10 display strives for elegance through minimalism, which really shows through the design.

2 - True Vision camera

The Samsung Galaxy S10’s True Vision camera is comprised of three seperate lenses. There’s a 12MP wide lens, a 12MP zoom lens and also a 16MP ultrawide lens, all on the rear of the device. This allows the Galaxy S10 to capture high quality images and maintain clarity in challenging settings, such as low light or faraway subjects.


The device also sports a 10MP dual pixel, dual aperture camera to the front of the handset, equipped with super slow-mo capabilities.

3 - Wireless PowerShare

Another great feature of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is its ability to charge other devices with QI standard wireless charging capabilities.


If a friend's wireless-charging device is low on power, you can share your own battery power to help them out. Simply place the device onto your Galaxy S10 to use the PowerShare function. You just need to make sure you have over 30% battery to do this without being plugged into the mains.

4 - One UI Operating System

The Samsung S10 debuts a new user interface system called One UI, which is capable of adapting your settings according to how you personally like to use your phone. You expect uncluttered menus and home screens which take full advante of the handset's vibrant display.


One UI has more of an emphasis on connectivity and smart technology with an updated version of SmartThings already installed. This is an especially useful addition if you’re someone who uses smart home technology, such as bulbs, heating, speakers and TV’s, as the Galaxy S10 is able to act like the ultimate control panel for all of these.

5 - Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor

You can expect the Galaxy S10’s Snapdragon 855 processor to deliver increased speed and agility. It’s built to keep even the most power intensive tasks running smoothly and without any kind of lag. You can rely on this device to keep up with even the most avid gamers and streamers.


Plus, you won’t be reaching for the charger throughout the day thanks to the sizeable 3,400mAh battery. You’ll be able to get a comfortable day’s usage from one charge, but you won’t be waiting around for long when it does come to powering up thanks to adaptive fast charging capabilities.

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