Samsung Galaxy Note 10 power, design and a more capable S-Pen

Another year and another Galaxy Note more or, rather, two. Samsung has presented its new Note 10 and Note 10+ , proposals that are better in everything and identical in the idea that has always defined the Note family. We have been able to prove them, and this is what you should know.

The new Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ share some specifications, such as at the processor or connectivity level. While it differs in aspects such as RAM or battery. But in essence they are the same product, one that bets on being one of the best or the best high-end of 2019. Reasons to achieve it have, although it will have to be thoroughly tested before. Meanwhile, our first impressions after the contact we had.

Tuning a design that was already good
The design of the Galaxy Note 10 is the first thing that will get your attention. It is as it was rumored so there is no surprise, but it is frankly attractive and the leaks are forgiven. The work that Samsung has done reducing both the top and bottom and side frames is outstanding.

That results in two products that despite their dimensions feel very good in hand. The Note 10 being more compact is more comfortable, but as a good Note, the 10+ is not only bigger but more interesting for its use with the S Pen . But hey, it’s a matter of taste, so everyone chooses the one they like best.

The problem is, again, building materials. And we do not say it because of the prints, which catches them that it gives pleasure, but because the glass allows very elegant devices but sacrificing resistance . Therefore, although having glass in front and behind is something that Samsung does and the vast majority of high-end manufacturers, the idea that it can be damaged with a simple blow or fall does not take away from anyone.

This implies that, in the end, you will end up placing a housing with almost total security. It is not a bad solution, but it is annoying to know that you cannot enjoy its design because it is more protected. But well, the important thing is that then, once all this happens, the device lets you see the high level that Samsung is right now.

Physically it is a product that rubs the protrusion . The curvature of the screen may not like you for that effect that it generates on the sides, but when you see the feeling of the whole screen and how you get into the images you enjoy it a lot.

For the rest, at the physical level, the fact that Samsung has decided to eliminate the 3.5mm headphone jack stands out . Yes, that according to the manufacturer gave personality and that in the high range well … nothing, they have loaded the same. Something that is not the first time they do, we have already seen how in other ranges they have eliminated it, but it is curious to see how you can not attack other manufacturers on issues like that.

In the end, the use of wireless headphones or USB C to Jack adapters (which are not a drama to use) condition and if you can remove it to offer something extra why not do it. Samsung has done it, many would have preferred to keep it, but as we say it is not a great drama either.

Samsung Galaxy S10e review

Over the last couple of years, Samsung has typically had two flagship S series smartphones
at launch – a regular version and a Plus version. This year, the company introduced a third variant called Galaxy S10e. Judging by the prices in the USA. UU., The Galaxy S10e seems to point directly to the iPhone XR (Review). In India, thanks to the local manufacturing of Samsung, we can get closer to the value of the dollar, while the iPhone XR is more expensive. Click To See

Samsung Galaxy S10e design


The Galaxy S10e is the smallest and lightest of the three new Galaxy S10 models with 150 g. It is 0.1 mm thicker than the others, which is practically impossible to say, even when placed next to the other two. What we really love is the size of this phone. It feels incredibly comfortable to hold and the rounded edges are not abrasive on the skin. The aluminum and glass back is a bit slippery when used with one hand, and this phone easily attracts fingerprints.

Although it feels sturdy, the aluminum frame will pick up permanent marks if you drop this phone. For example, we bent down to take some pictures of a flower at a given moment, and the phone slipped from our hands, from a height lower than the waist and fell on a tile floor. The glass remained intact, but the upper part of the frame suffered the worst part of the impact, leaving a permanent mark.

The Samsung Galaxy S10e has Gorilla Glass 5 in the front and back

The Galaxy S10e has a Bixby button just like its siblings, which can be programmed to activate other functions as well. You can configure double-click or single-click actions to start an application or activate a Bixby routine, but launching the Bixby assistant has to be one of the other options.

Unlike ultrasonic fingerprint sensors in the more premium Galaxy S10 models, the Galaxy S10e has a standard capacitive built-in right-hand power button. It is very sensitive, and even a quick touch is enough to unlock the phone. You can also enable gestures to facilitate access to the notification shadow. While it works well, we believe that the location of the power button is a little too high and we find that it is a bit difficult to reach when the phone is held normally. Click Here To Visit

The Samsung Galaxy S10e has an AMOLED full-HD + 5.8-inch dynamic screen. The resolution is lower than that of the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 + (Review) but you still get a fairly dense pixel count of 438ppi. Fortunately, Samsung has not removed the HDR 10+ certification for the screen, so you can still enjoy high-dynamic-range colors in compatible videos. The default color profile can make the colors look a bit too saturated, but you can change to the “Natural” color profile if you prefer.

One of the big design differences with the Galaxy S10e is the lack of curved screen edges on the left and right side. Instead, the screen is flat. Another small difference is that the Galaxy S10e has slightly thicker bevels on the sides and on the top compared to the other two, although this did not bother us.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold hardware review details revealed

When problems with the Galaxy
Fold show up for the first time, it was clear that, according to the company’s statement, a serious revision of the hardware would be required. Thanks to a Yonhap News report (via SamMobile ), we have some details about what the review will include.

Obviously, these improvements are all focused on the screen. First of all, Samsung has apparently made the problematic screen saver not removable. Some of the problems of the reviewers were derived from removing the plastic cover on the FoldLa screen, specifically because it looks easily removable. click this link

It is not clear exactly how Samsung plans to make this coverage non-removable, but we can only hope it works and also prevents Samsung from having to include a warning regarding coverage.

In addition, Samsung is apparently also calling attention with the Galaxy
Fold Hardware Review to the gap between the screen and the hinge. As one source pointed out, a hollow in the Galaxy
Fold hinge could have been the reason why the debris could be under the fragile OLED panel.

Samsung’s approach to folding phones makes a lot of sense. Instead of having a screen that folds out and is constantly exposed to the elements, it folds up like a book. When closed, it is really narrow, easy to hold and use in one hand and easy to store in a pocket. It is quite thick when closed, essentially the same as two regular smartphones
stacked on top of each other, but the narrowness certainly makes it easy to perform quick actions on the external screen.

A large part of Samsung’s design efforts were spent on the gears and internal mechanisms that allow the hinge to open and close. With the phone closed, it locks in place, but the internal gears allow a very smooth and easy opening and closing action. Once opened, it becomes blocked again. Obviously, it does not feel as solid as a rigid smartphone that does not open or close, but it stays pretty good and is easy to close again. Or at least, that’s our initial impression of the phone. click here to see

Despite its innovative form factor, it still has the usual set of ports and buttons, including the Type-C port in the middle of the bottom edge, and the other touches the main speaker. This speaker is mirrored by another on the top edge, to deliver true stereo sound, while the left and right edges contain the power button, fingerprint sensor, volume keys and the Bixby button.

To answer the question first on everyone’s lips: yes, there is a visible fold on the AMOLED main screen of 7.3 inches. But what happens with that fold is that in our hour or two with him, you did not notice at all when looking at him straight ahead. Surf the web, play games, watch videos and almost certainly you will not see it. You only really catch it when you look at it from an angle, or looking at a plain white screen.

The good thing about this internal panel is that, like the Galaxy
S10 and S10 +: it is compatible with HDR and HDR10 +, so the colors and the contrast ratios are fantastic. The content looks very good on him. Their size and shape may make it impractical for some forms of media; For example, videos have large bars in them. However, some games and applications, especially Instagram, look great on the large square panel.

With the proper means in it, the large panel looks incredibly well. And it’s a great canvas for multiple tasks (we’ll see later).

As for the secondary display on the front cover, it is not really designed to be used for everything, and it looks. It is really narrow and small at only 4.6 inches. The idea here is that you can do your quick interactions here: answer your calls, answer messages, take selfies and so on. Essentially, functions that do not require much time or attention.

You can register for the Galaxy Fold on Samsung’s website here

Samsung A series phones in Australia A20, A30, A50 and A70

Samsung is still the world leader in the smartphone market. In India, however, its Chinese competitor, Xiaomi , has outperformed in terms of sales. As a result, Samsung has devised a new strategy to cover each price point. Your Galaxy

Samsung Galaxy Review A20

A20 shares its central design with the M20. It looks good, but nowhere is the price of Xiaomi and Realme phones so exciting . The body is made entirely of plastic. The construction is sturdy, but a metal frame would have been even better for structural integrity.

As expected from Samsung, the construction accuracy is good. However, there are some points, such as the USB port and the loudspeaker grille, that seem a little careless. In addition, the volume control has inconsistent tactile feedback. click here to see A20 cases and accessories

Foot. I like the new look, but I wonder why Samsung has decided to go with very large icons. Fortunately, you can fix that by changing the grid pattern. The best addition is the dark theme, which looks perfect on the OLED screen.

The blue in our review unit looks subtle, except for its reflective nature. The phone has a built-in fingerprint sensor. The rear camera, however, protrudes slightly. Moving to the front, you get a slim bevel design. It has a notch of water drop, which is small. For an economical phone, the chin area is also compact.

Samsung Galaxy A30 review

As soon as I had the Galaxy A30 in my hand, it made a positive impression with its design and build quality. In fact, I think it’s a factor that has an advantage over the competition. to view A30 cases and accessories click this link

It is thin and feels literally light as a feather. the same design spirit as his brother, the Galaxy A50 (revision). ‘3D Glasstic’: that’s what Samsung calls its glass finish, and even when the material used is polycarbonate, the phone feels really premium.

Many users can place it under the real glass in Redmi Note
7 Pro, but if you trust us, the combination of glossy finish with a gradient really works and the A30 feels more ergonomic and comfortable in the hands.

In terms of design, the only thing that differentiates the A30 from the A50 is the placement of a fingerprint sensor. While the A50 gets one on the screen, the A30 conforms to the old physical fingerprint sensor, but it’s set a little too high, especially if you have small hands.

Taking into account everything, the Galaxy A30 is undoubtedly one of the most attractive devices in its price segment (if not the best).

Samsung Galaxy A50 review

With the Galaxy A50, Samsung is launching its best mid-range phone offering excellent value for money. You can read why we found this in our device review. We release the most important conclusions directly in the group: view A50 accessories

All this makes the Galaxy A50 Samsung the best “central engine” in history, mainly because the price is quite friendly. Now you can find it for less than the suggested retail price of 349. You want all ins and outs to know Read the extensive review of Galaxy A50 below.

While Samsung is known for its expensive models (top), in the past were also the mid-range devices of which many went out of the bar. When Samsung launched the Galaxy A8 at the beginning of last year, the company still seemed to have a clear premium price with its series A. At the launch of the A6, A6 Plus, A7 and A9, however, there was not much more to discover. So it’s time to fix things in 2019, with the Galaxy A50 as the standard carrier for now.

Design and screen


The design of the Galaxy A50 does one thing that Samsung did not want for a long time: the front camera is in a notch. The 6.4-inch screen occupies a large part of the front, much more than the phones of the A-series last year.

As far as we are concerned, it’s a good decision, because the Samsung screens are simply impressive, even on the A50. Compared to the Galaxy S10, the edge below the screen is somewhat wider. As a result, the screen-body ratio is never as high as in that top model, but the A50 also costs less than half. Funny advantage of the widest bottom edge: if you choose to hide the notch, the edges of the screen are symmetrical again.

Turn the device and look at the back that is not made of glass, but plastic. Samsung calls this “3D Glasstic”, a strange name for a material that recalls the almost psychedelic colors of the A7, but more beautiful. The back does not feel cheap, and the device feels very good in the hand. That’s a great hand, because the A50 is not a small phone. Those looking for a compact mid-range Galaxy will have to wait a bit for the Galaxy A20e, but the Galaxy A40 is also a bit smaller.

The Galaxy A50 does not have IP rating. Although it does not break immediately if it keeps it in the rain, the device simply is not water resistant. In 2017 all Galaxy A phones were, but in 2018 only the Galaxy A8. It is not clear to us immediately why Samsung does not find this important feature for mid-range phones in 2019. We think it’s a shame, it’s such a small but fine detail that it would complete it. But no, then.

Samsung Galaxy Review A70

A70 has a sober design. It’s not surprising, but it grows in you soon enough. Instead of following the current trend of gradients, Samsung has opted for more subtle blue, black and white colors. However, it reveals its elegant colorful side when it is hit by light. As the light falls on it, the phone creates a pearlescent effect. With enough reflective light, our white review unit fills with rainbows. click to see more on A70 cases and chargers

Due to its reflective and transmissive properties, you may think that the phone has a glass backing. But, it’s plastic or “glasstic” as Samsung likes to refer to it. Since it looks exactly like glass and is more resistant, I’m not going to give up on it. The back attracts many spots, but I do not think it’s a major problem. What worries me is the amount of micro scratches in our review unit after a couple of weeks.

The phone has not been flexed in its construction. It obtains structural rigidity due to its metallic structure. Samsung has also worked on fine details. For example, the slightly curved metal frame connects perfectly to the plastic body. The sharp edges on the back make the phone feel thinner than it really is. Moving forward, the phone has a design of incredibly thin bevels that include the chin.

S10 +. With the resolution of 2400 x 1080, you get a pixel density of around 390 dpi. That is more than enough to offer clear images. More importantly, the OLED panel offers vibrant colors and deep blacks. That’s because, unlike LCD screens, OLED panels are self-illuminated and do not require backlighting. The screen of the A70 is also quite bright. Even in direct sunlight, the screen maintains its readability.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G review

Verizon has begun to accept advance orders for the Galaxy S10 5G. Advance orders can be placed through the official Verizon / Samsung / Best Buy online stores or at nearby Samsung Experience stores. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be launched on May 16 and early orders have just begun. Verizon is already working on the distribution of the 5G network in the US. Before you buy the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, confirm that your city has Verizon’s 5G network because the only difference between a Samsung Galaxy S10 and a Galaxy S10 5G is the 5G capacity. view Galaxy S10 accessories and cases by clicking here

There were rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G was quite expensive, let me tell you that it is true because Verizon has placed the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G at $ 1300. A bit expensive, huh? Do not worry, Verizon has covered it with its 24 month plan that costs only $ 54.16 / month, which is for Samsung Galaxy S10 5G 256 GB but what is 512 GB? The 24-month plan will cost you $ 58.33 / month. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G from Verizon is available in just 2 shades, Majestic Black and Crown Silver.

Verizon and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G


Verizon is the first operator to start advance orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Verizon devised many options to keep users relaxed while they buy the Verizon phone. As mentioned earlier, Verizon has a plan of $ 54.16 / month or $ 1299.99 or a plan of 256 GB and $ 58.33 / month or $ 1399.99 for a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G of 512 GB. Along with these options, people can exchange their phones with up to $ 450 for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Does Samsung Galaxy S10 5G support fast charging?

To make the tenth anniversary special, Samsung launched a 5G version along with its impressive flagship. Galaxy
S10 Series. It is now available in the South Korean market and is ready to become global very soon. Samsung lost a trick calling the updated Galaxy
S10 5G smartphone because it basically implies that it is only Galaxy
S10 with 5G functionality, in fact it is far ahead with many improvements in Galaxy
S10 / S10 Plus.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G review practice

WHEN WE ARRIVED AT MITTS on the Galaxy S10 and S10 + we were impressed, and the Galaxy S10e, smaller and cheaper, also caught our attention as Samsung’s “affordable” first rival on the iPhone XR.

However, while Samsung made a song and dance about their Galaxy Fold smartphone at last week’s Unpacked event, they kept suspiciously about the 5G version of their new Galaxy flagship.

We did not have the opportunity to see the phone at a press information event held before the official presentation of the new Galaxy. But when we overlooked the large number of technology executives and fans at this year’s MWC and headed to Samsung’s immaculate position, we finally caught a glimpse of the S10 5G.

Although we could not properly test the phone’s 5G capabilities [the demonstration on the phone was a canned one], we had a better impression of the phone.

A galaxy not far away


As you would expect from a phone with the name of the Galaxy S10, the S10 5G is not exactly distinguished from its brothers. It also has many specifications similar to those of its employees, with up to 12 GB of RAM on offer and on-board storage exceeding 1 TB.

That camera has been designed to collect a data load and return it to the cloud and central system to enable augmented reality experiences and the ability to adjust camera angles intelligently on the fly.

At the Samsung stand, the company showed this with a canned demonstration of a baseball game that had been captured on the S10 5G.

An orifice viewing camera is also present and correct, and around the back, you will find the same trio of cameras found in the S10 and S10 +, with a fourth 3D depth detection lens included in the mix.

The demonstration showed that the phone’s depth detection technology, smart phone capabilities and 5G connectivity would allow the video display to be adjusted on the fly. You want to see the launch of a pitcher in more detail, then select an angle that focuses more on the pitcher, not on the batter in real time and without delays.

How well this works in practice has not yet been seen correctly, but until now the concept of being able to better adjust the angles of the camera on the fly seems quite skillful.

We could not test any of the camera’s additional capabilities or how, along with 5G connectivity, it could introduce better applications and augmented reality experiences. But the cameras promise to be as good as the S10 and the S10 + that both had smart, crisp and impressive camera arrays

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review

THE GALAXY S10 + It is possibly the most important smartphone of Samsung to date.

As the standout of the Galaxy’s line 10 of the firm, Samsung undoubtedly hopes that the device, with its large size of perforations, triple cameras and fingerprint scanner on the screen, will help it to fight against the increasing competition of the manufacturers Chinese like Huawei, which is starting to bite Samsung’s share in the market that was once dominant. As we rush to decipher after an early caress with the Galaxy S10 +, it is without a doubt a gorgeous looking handset.

Fortunately for Samsung, it has succeeded. The Galaxy S10 + is not just the most important smartphone yet; It is also the best.

Design and visualization

As we rush to decipher after an early caress with the Galaxy S10 +, it is without a doubt a gorgeous looking handset.

Thanks to its Infinity-O screen and its fingerprint sensor under the screen, the OLED panel of the 6.4-inch headset stretches and curves around the front of the device; it is surprising to see it, and the screen-body ratio of 93.1 percent that dodges the phone’s bezel puts to shame most Android ships with notches.

Samsung is not the first to market this screen cut in a “drill hole” [Honors View 20 takes that crown], but it is the first to do it in an OLED panel. While we discovered that the so-called “holepunch” often attracted our attention without knowing it during our first days with the S10 +, we soon forgot that it was there; If only we could say the same about the notch on our iPhone X.

However, we would gladly take Face ID on the Samsung fingerprint scanner. The ultrasonic sensor is supposedly reliable and more difficult to falsify than the 2D sensors found in models like the OnePlus 6T, but it is not as convenient. While the target area of ​​your finger lights up on the latest OnePlus flagship, the Galaxy S10 + does not offer such assistance, which means that it often took a bit of awkwardness [and oath] before we could unlock the device.

It is worth noting that the sensor is also not compatible with most screen protectors, although Samsung does include a compatible one in the box.

Apart from the fingerprint scanner, the screen is among the best we’ve tested. The Galaxy S10 + makes use of Samsung’s new “dynamic OLED” screen technology, which offers bold colors, deep blacks and insane levels of brightness; The S10 + can increase its brightness up to 1,200 nits with dazzling sunlight.

The screen offers a QHD + resolution, but is set for Full HD + resolution, for reasons of energy savings. We never found the need to increase the resolution, but there is the option to watch movies in 4K or put the smartphone in a VR headset.

On the back of the device, you will find the tried and tested Samsung glass panel accented by aluminum edges. The design, although nothing new, feels as luxurious as it did with the Galaxy S9 last year, and we are fans of new pearly color options; We tried the Pearl White model, which seems to change from white to blue depending on how you hold the device.

The samsung Galaxy S10 has a USB-C port on the bottom and, surprisingly, a 3.5mm headphone jack to facilitate the included AKG headphones. The IP68 certification is also offered, which means that the S10 + will withstand water to a depth of 1.5 m for up to 30 minutes. Fortunately, we have not put this to the test.

Performance and software

Here at Blighty, the Galaxy S10 + buys with an Exynos 9820 8 nm chip, instead of the Snapdragon 855 that is offered to US buyers. While some benchmarks have shown that homegrown Samsung chips are struggling to match the best Qualcomm results, we did not notice any problems. Daily use feels soft and sensitive, and the phone showed no signs of stuttering during the game, even after prolonged periods.

When compared to GeekBench, our review model, which includes 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, obtained a single-core score of 44.84 and a multi-core score of 10,478. As expected, that puts its performance above the OnePlus 6T and S9 + last year, slightly better than the Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro and below that of Apple 

The flagship of the iPhone XS.

In terms of software, the S10 series is Samsung’s first to launch its One UI, which is based on Google’s Android Pie operating system. While you’ll still find the same excess of pre-installed and duplicate applications when you turn on the device for the first time, it soon becomes clear that Samsung has managed to reduce and refine your Android experience.

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13 things that Samsung forgot to tell us about their new Galaxy S10

Samsung did not fit all in an hour and a half. It was impossible, of course: the avalanche of news that we presented yesterday with the Galaxy S10 made that the people in charge of the firm had to focus on some key sections of their new releases, but … what did not Samsung have?

Well, a few things: features and functions that (fortunately) remain and others that apparently no longer have much relevance and that surprised us by how the market is moving. Attentive, what Samsung did not say can matter as much (or more) than what he said about his new devices.

We must clarify, though, that this list does not suggest that these options are not: simply Samsung did not have time to comment in detail , and that is why we wanted to collect some of those details that will be part of this new family.

Invisible design


In previous years talk about the design, manufacture and materials of these terminals used to be one of the highlights of the presentation, but Samsung just spoke of this section. We saw those designs and those new colors (careful that some very bright pink and yellow arrive to this catalog), but there was not much information about those design decisions.

It is true that they did it indirectly when talking about those Infinity-O screens with holes for the front cameras, but they did not give importance to really remarkable elements.

In fact these Galaxy S10 are more compact and lighter than their predecessors , but still surprisingly they are able to offer more battery. What is the trick here? We do not know, but we love it, especially with models like the S10e that redefine the compact mobile category. : view Samsung accessories here

One UI is an enviable personalization layer


The new devices arrive with Android 9 Pie , but in terms of software there was hardly mention of the changes we can expect in the new Galaxy S10.

In fact there is a particularly noteworthy section: the arrival of One UI , the new layer of customization that we met a few months ago and now finally reaches these terminals.

We could already test this interface in the Galaxy Note 9 and our impressions were very positive: the dark mode is of course great for the AMOLED screens of the Samsung S10, but the behavior of some adjustments that makes everything “achievable with a thumb hit” It is another of the changes that we believe will be very welcome by users. view Galaxy S10 accessories and cases by clicking here

Where are the news in the cameras?


If there is something we missed in that presentation and the new Galaxy S10 was more news in relation to their cameras. We keep the two sensors of the S9, and they are now added a wide angle to give more versatility to the camera, but … is that all?

That is a question that we will have to answer in the tests, but Samsung did not talk too much about the potential of these cameras. There were hardly any comments about its new stabilized mode of video recording, but for example we missed details about its night shooting mode and other improvements to that processing that is becoming key to offer a reference mobile camera.

With so much screen the gestures have more sense than ever


The interface of gestures has conquered users of the iPhone X and its successors, but it seems that Android manufacturers are too hurry to adopt this use mechanism.

We saw it with some Galaxy S10 that take advantage of the frontal of exceptional form (they go around 93%) but that curiously they continue depending on the virtual buttons like form by defect to control the interface.

It is true that Android 9 Pie and Samsung offer alternative control by gestures and that the thing will go to more in Android 10, but even here we were expecting perhaps some announcement from Samsung to take advantage of this capacity.

Cameras with an SDK for everything and everyone


One of the news that did not come to light in the photographic field was the availability of a new SDK that gives access to the camera to all developers without restrictions .