Samsung S10, S10e, S10 Plus, and S10 5G - Bigger is Better
When considering different options for
mobile phones, many will be looking at the right price. Although there is nothing
wrong with ensuring that you are finding a great deal, it is essential to know
what type of features you are looking for.
Those looking for a slid Android experience
and specification they can rely on will often choose the Galaxy brand, due to be
it recognized as one of the best Android experiences available. It also releases
different variants of its handsets to ensure that users can still own a premium
handset without it containing features that will not be used.
An overview of the Galaxy S10 series and
the specifications of each device are as follows. Despite the similarity of the
devices, some subtle differences can affect which version is best suited to you.
Galaxy S10 Specs
It weighs 157 grams and has
dimensions of 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.88 mm. The 6.1-inch screen delivers a QHD+
resolution and can contend with heavy use thanks to the 8GB RAM, which is
partnered with an octa-core chipset. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is available in 128GB
and 512GB variants, which can affect the price of the handset.
The handset contains a 3,400 mAh battery,
which is more than enough for casual users, although those looking for longer
battery life may need to consider one of the alternative iterations.
The dimensions of this phone are 142.2
x 69.9 x 7.9 mm, which offers a 5.8-inch display that can deliver a resolution of
1080 x 2280 pixels. Like its earlier counterpart, when choosing
the 256 GB variant, the handset is powered by 8GB RAM and an octa-core chipset alongside
a Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855. Those that opt for the 128 GB version will
find that the RAM is reduced to 6GB, which is still plentiful when contending
with multiple tasks on the handset.
S10 Plus Specs
It measures 157.6 x 74.1 x
7.8 mm and has a 6.4-inch screen capable of delivering a resolution of 1440 x
3040. The phone is available with different storage options, which are 128GB,
512GB, and 1TB. The 128GB and 512GB version offers 8GB RAM, while the 1TB variants
offer 12GB RAM.
The powerful RAM is joined by a powerful
octa-core chipset and Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 and comes bundled with
Android 9, which can be updated to Android 10.
S10 5G Specs
As the name of the handset implies, it is an updated version of the handset that can make use of 5G, an updated
version of the mobile Internet that can offer the same benefits of fibre optic
broadband in some instances. As some phones will not be designed to work
with the 5G signal, those looking to embrace the benefits of 5G will need to
ensure that they are using the right handset, and the Galaxy S10 5G can be a
Available in 256GB and 512GB variants, the dimensions of this device are 162.6 x
77.1 x 7.94 mm and weigh 198 grams. The 6.7-inch screen delivers a QHD+
resolution and offers the same impressive chipset found on other iterations of
the device. It contains a 4500 mAh battery, which is one the largest available,
making it a worthwhile consideration for those using their phone
a lot throughout the day.
Samsung Galaxy S10 price in Australia
The base model has a 6.1 inch Quad HD dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10+ certification so, the content will look amazing and it is protected by Corning Gorilla 6. The price of the Samsung Galaxy S10 128GB is approximately $890 new and $640 refurbished.
Samsung Galaxy S10e price in Australia
This should be your choice if you're looking for a smaller device. It features a 5.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10+ certification. This is the lightest and the smallest of the S10 lineup and the price of the Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB is approx. $749 new and $629 refurbished.
Samsung Galaxy S10 plus price in Australia
Like the other S10 variants, this also features a 3.5mm headphone jack along with a 6.4-inch Quad HD display with the same certifications as the rest. You can pick the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 128GB up for approx. $990 new and $750 refurbished.
Samsung Galaxy S10 plus 5G price in Australia
The one you should go for if you're into streaming movies and playing games. The 6.7-inch Quad HD Dynamic AMOLED display is perfect although some might find it a bit on the heavy side as it weighs 198g. You can buy the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G 256GB for $1090 new and $829 refurbished.
Where to buy phone & accessories ?
The flagship galaxy devices launched with new accessories such as leather case, clear view case, LED case and back LED case which can be bought directly from Samsung accessory store or retailers like us here. If you want to buy any of these 4 flagship phones in Australia you can check out sellers like us, Officeworks, Jb Hifi, Harvey Norman & online seller like Kogan. It is one of the latest and most innovative Samsung series so
the prices are towards the high side at the moment in 2020