Samsung Unveils GS10, GS10 Plus and GS Light, and the Crowd Goes Wild…
After months of rumors, innuendo and guesses Samsung took the black table cloth cover off of the latest Galaxy Smartphones. For us at I-BLADES we are excited to continue to support Samsung and the Galaxy family of Smartphones. Unlike most others we appreciate all of the whistles and bells but focus on the day in and day out practical features. Meaning how does it help me to do more for my day to day activities. To this end we carved out a few features to share with you with comments. Towards the end we get more into the fancy stuff but let’s start with the basics.
Availability date: Preorder Now at Samsung.com, shipping date for GS 10 is March 8, 2019.
Price: Sticker Shock at $999.99 or there about
Colors: White, Black, Flamingo Pink, Blue, Ceramic White, Ceramic Black
Screen Sizes: GS10e-5.8”, GS10s-6.1” and GS10+-6.4”
Battery: 3,400 mAH as compared to GS9 at 3,000 mAH
Memory starts with 128 GB and up
Weight: 5.29 oz (150 g), 5.54 oz (157 g) and 6.2 oz (175 g)
Audio: Jack, claim stereo speakers but will need to actually listen to it to fully appreciate if this is a game changer.
Camera: States triple camera. For those like me that are not photographers I struggled to understand the difference when looking at these enhanced images.
Smartcase: We will be doing a Smartcase for delivery in April, sign up for our newsletter to be the first one to get them.
New Features (improvements do not qualify as new features)
For all practical purposes we only see one new features which is the ultrasonic in-display ID. All other features are enhancements from previous functionality. There is also the notion of power to share but this may not be such a good idea with exception if you are in a pinch but if so both you and your friend will lose power quickly as wireless charging is very inefficient.
All features received an upgrade but more to say here once I get my hands on one...
In the end this is a nice upgrade but pricey. I did not see any one single feature that would excite me to get up and run to get one. But if I had an S6 or S7 then it would definitely be a world apart in performance, style and enjoyment to use the latest Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10+.
All Images Source: Samsung.com
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