Samsung today launched the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, its flagship smartphones for the second half of 2019. The Note 10 series does not replace the Galaxy S10 series from earlier in the year. Instead, it is supposed to live alongside it. There is a clear overlap here though, so if you are wondering if you should buy the Galaxy S10 or the Note 10, read our comparison.
For Prime Day 2019, Amazon is offering some pretty sweet discounts on its own range of Echo speakers and other hardware. However, its the deal on the Galaxy S10 that is easily Amazon’s best deal for Prime Day. The factory unlocked Galaxy S10 and S10+ have been discounted by a massive $300.
The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 has already made its debut on Sprint and Verizon’s network in the US. Today, T-Mobile is joining the bandwagon by announcing the launch of its 5G network and the Galaxy S10 5G.
Looking to buy the Galaxy S10? B&H has discounted the entire Galaxy S10 series by $200. This is for the unlocked variant of the handset which makes for a pretty sweet deal.
Taking a screenshot on the Galaxy S10 series is a relatively simple process. But what about screen recording? How does one record the screen on their Galaxy S10e, S10, or S10+? Find out in this guide.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series is filled to the brim with customization options and features. Among other things, it also comes with Secure Folder — a secure and hidden folder where one can store and lock their personal data and installed apps away from prying eyes.
Samsung recently rolled out the May security update for the international Galaxy S10 variants with a bunch of camera improvements. However, a number of S10 owners are now reporting a myriad of issues with the update.
Samsung has started rolling out the May security patch update for the Galaxy S10 series outside of the United States with a number of camera improvements. The update further improves the quality of the photos taken in Night Mode which was introduced with the last software update.
Back when Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 lineup, it started with three primary variants: the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. But there was also one more with a 5G-enabled option joining the family as well. And now you can finally pre-order it.
Samsung Pay is easily one of the most underrated features of the Galaxy S10 series. While it is a mobile payment service similar to Google Pay, Samsung Pay can also work with traditional PoS systems unlike other alternatives in the market. However, Samsung Pay has a peculiar problem on the Galaxy S10 series. It automatically opens up from the lock screen every once in a while.