Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E, S10 5G: What's the difference? The three mainstream Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 Plus phones get progressively bigger a
Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E, S10 5G: What’s the difference?
The three mainstream Galaxy S10E, S10 and S10 Plus phones get progressively bigger and brawnier.
In addition to giving another sneak peek at its Galaxy Fold foldable phone and unveiling a pair of wireless earbuds, Samsung took the wraps off four new Galaxy S10 phones: the Galaxy S10, the Galaxy S10 Plus, the Galaxy S10E and the Galaxy S10 5G.
The new family of handsets not only serve as the successors to last year’s popular Galaxy S9 phones, but one of the S10 phones is also compatible with the next generation of mobile network known as 5G.
The main flagship devices are the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus.
The S10 features a 6.1-inch display, three rear cameras and a single front-facing camera. The S10 Plus, meanwhile, is a bit larger with a 6.4-inch screen.
The bigger display is accommodated with a higher-capacity battery (a 4,100-mAh battery compared to the Galaxy S10’s 3,400-mAh one).
It, too, has three rear cameras, but Samsung added a second 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
New to the Galaxy lineup is the Galaxy S10E. Though it still has a premium $750 price tag, it’s not as expensive as the Galaxy S10 and the S10 Plus.
With its 5.8-inch screen it’s slightly smaller than the rest and has a smaller-capacity 3,100-mAh battery. It only has dual rear cameras and, like the Galaxy S10, a single front-facing shooter.
Lastly, there’s the Galaxy S10 5G. It has a 6.7-inch screen and works on high-speed 5G mobile networks, which will roll out in the US in earnest throughout this year and 2020.
It’ll be available exclusively on Verizon first, but T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint are expected to sell it too. On the back is a whopping four-camera setup, which includes a 3D Depth camera.