The Samsung Galaxy S10 is packed to the brim with features. Some of these features are highlighted aggressively by Samsung via marketing, while others are hidden. One such hidden feature on the Galaxy S10 is support for FM Radio. In this day and age of music streaming, if you still love listening to FM radio then support for it on the Galaxy S10 should make you happy.
With the Galaxy S10’s punch-hole display, Samsung took a different approach to avoid the notch. But that was just the beginning as Samsung is working on completely eliminating the punch-hole by moving the camera under the display.
The Galaxy S10 comes with not one, not two but three different cameras at its back, while the smaller Galaxy S10e comes with dual cameras at the back. While the rear cameras on the Galaxy S10 series are impressive, one can take even better photos by shooting in RAW.
The Galaxy S10 officially went on sale in 70 countries across the globe. And at least one pre-installed app may make some new owners happy.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ have gone on sale in 70 countries from today. The handsets went up for pre-order within a day of being unveiled on February 20th in most markets. Samsung started shipping out the pre-order units on March 6th in most regions, with retail availability across the globe scheduled to start from today.
Being Samsung’s flagship smartphone for 2019, the Galaxy S10 series offers all the features that you’d expect from a phone in this day and age. However, it is usually the little features that consumers look for the most — like the ability to record calls natively. And that’s something Samsung has included on the Galaxy S10 series.
Reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the Galaxy S10 pre-order demand is high which has led him to increase the shipment forecast for the series by 30 percent. He credits the strong performance of the Galaxy S10 series to the “spec differentiation from iPhone models” which includes features like a triple-camera setup, in-display fingerprint scanner, and reverse wireless charging.
With the Galaxy S10 pre-orders making its way into the hands of customers today, the iFixit team has published their detailed teardown of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e.
The Galaxy S10 series is all set to hit the stores in just a few days from now. And right on time, the first set of reviews of the handset from major publications have hit the web. Read our review roundup of the Galaxy S10 to know what most publications think about Samsung’s 2019 flagship.