The advantages of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G specifications

The advantages of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G specifications
Even though it was only launched on February 20, 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series can already be ordered through pre-order.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series is Samsung's latest flagship device which consists of four variants, namely Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10 +, and S10 5G (which is still kept by Samsung).

Of the four variants, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is a mid-range variant, which at the pre-order period is priced at $900 (for the 128 GB variant) and has a direct 32-inch Samsung Smart TV.



Well so as not to make a wrong variant when buying one of the devices from the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series family, here is a full review of the advantages and disadvantages of the Samsung Galaxy S10 variant.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
Apart from the Infinity O-Display innovations that I don't really like, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is equipped with Samsung's best screen for now, HDR10 + certified Dynamic AMOLED.
With this screen, Samsung Galaxy S10 devices can display images in more detail and have a more complete color range, especially for content that has a broad section of light or dark.

In addition, the screen of this device is also quite extensive because it has a size of 6.1 inches with a curved shape and supports Quad HD + resolution with a pixel density of 550 ppi.
Bringing the current Qualcomm chipset, Snapdragon 855, the Samsung Galaxy S10 offers superior performance which is definitely better than the previous Samsung flagship, Samsung Galaxy S9. Based on claims from Samsung, this latest device can run with a CPU 29 percent faster and the GPU is 37 percent better, compared to the performance of the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Samsung also complements the Samsung Galaxy S10 with very extensive RAM, 8 GB, combined with a large enough internal memory, which can be selected between 128 GB or 512 GB.
Samsung Galaxy S10 has now also applied the latest technology, fingerprint sensors embedded in the screen. In fact, this fingerprint sensor is claimed to have better capabilities than other in-display fingerprint sensors.


This is because Samsung uses ultrasonic wave based fingerprint sensor technology, while other devices usually use optical (light) based fingerprint sensor technology.
What distinguishes the two, ultrasonic sensors can capture 3D images while optical sensors are only 2D. That is, ultrasonic sensors will produce more difficult details to be tricked, aliases will be safer.
In addition, ultrasonic sensors can also work on more material than optical sensors, and can be used for other purposes such as health sensors that can record heart rate and blood flow.

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Camera Lens Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera

In addition to dual aperture technology that is still used, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is also equipped with a complete lens combination, namely 16 MP Ultra wide lens + 12 MP Wide angle lens + 12 MP Telephoto lens.