One of the coolest new features on the Galaxy S10 series is reverse wireless charging a.k.a Wireless PowerShare. While Huawei was the first to the market with its Huawei Mate 20 Pro last year, it was limited with charging speeds of 2.5W. Samsung, however, has nailed the feature on the Galaxy S10 this year.
Samsung is known to do things differently when compared to other Android OEMs. While almost all other Android devices have a recovery and fastboot mode, Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series feature a Recovery and Download mode. Wondering how to boot into them? Follow this guide.
Samsung is rolling out a new biometrics security patch for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ that seems to dramatically improve the in-display fingerprint scanner performance. The relatively small 7MB update is automatically showing up on Galaxy S10 units across the world and cannot be triggered by manually checking for system updates.
It has been a bit of time since Samsung officially unveiled its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. And now we know not only when the smartphone launches, but also when reservations for the handset will kick off.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series comes with an impressive rear camera setup. While the primary 12MP rear shooter remains the same as the one found on the Galaxy S9/Note 9 from last year, Samsung has worked on improving its post-processing for improved dynamic range and sharpness. Despite Samsung’s best efforts though, the Galaxy S10’s camera is simply not as good as the Pixel. But you know what? You can use the Google Camera app to further improve the quality of photos taken from the Galaxy S10.
One of the highlights of the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10 and S10+ is that it is more secure than the optical fingerprint sensor seen on the likes of the OnePlus 6T, Vivo V15 Pro etc. Or at least that’s what we were led to be believed. Despite the use of superior underlying technology, the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S10 can be fooled by one’s 3D printed fingerprint.
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.