Hard resetting any device is never a fun job but if you are looking to sell the device or if it has developed some issues, a hard reset sometimes is the best thing to do since it usually solves such problems. A hard reset is also known as factory reset and it will erase all data, apps, and other content from your device. Looking to hard reset or factory reset your new Galaxy S10 then? Follow this guide.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has taken the top spot in Consumer Reports’ smartphone ranking beating the likes of the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. The smartphone particularly impressed with its battery life which was way ahead of other smartphones, its impressive triple camera setup at the rear, and top-notch build quality.
Samsung, like many other Android manufacturers, hasn’t been the best about keeping their devices up-to-date. However, there has been a concerted effort as of late to right the ship.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series come with big, beautiful displays. What’s even more impressive is that Samsung let’s one change the system font and size to their liking. Surprisingly though, the option to change the display density on the Galaxy S10 is missing.
Samsung Galaxy S10 series is not only filled to the brim with features but the company’s new One UI is also packed with customization features. Among other things, the Galaxy S10 series offers an option to change system fonts and size — something that very few Android devices offer.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series ships with the company’s new One UI. The new skin is a major step up from Samsung in the usability department and shows that the company really has paid heed to user feedback. Despite all improvements, something as simple as setting a custom ringtone for a specific contact can be a daunting task on the Galaxy S10.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series comes with the company’s new One UI which is a major step up from its previous UI offerings. Made from the ground up and optimized for one-handed use, the amount of effort put by Samsung in One UI clearly shows. However, One UI is not without its drawbacks and one issue with it is how it handles lock screen notifications on the Galaxy S10.
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.