Samsung's latest flagship model, the Galaxy S10 Plus, offers different features from last year s monsters S9 Plus and Note9?
Introducing the Galaxy S10 family a few days before MWC 2019, Samsung is highly confident in its new Infinity-O screen design and innovative features. The Galaxy S10, which doubled the Galaxy S9s in sales figures in pre-orders in China, could lead to a new rise after the company's decline for several years. But what is really different from the Galaxy S9 + and Note9 that came out last year?
Performance and battery life comparison:
The Samsung Galaxy S10 +, in terms of performance – naturally – is superior to last year's devices. Snapdragon 855 in the US, Galaxy S10 +, sold with Exynos 9820 chipset in our country, is slightly faster and more efficient than S9 Plus and Note9 with Exynos 9810. Still, we should say that the Exynos 9810 is still a very good chipset,
And when we get to the battery side, the S10 + is undoubtedly ahead. The S10 + with a 4.100mAh battery has a 4.000mAh battery, although it may seem that it doesn't offer anything different than the Note9, but the new chipset is more efficient and has a S10 + battery life. Galaxy S9 + is the loss of our comparison with the 3.500 mAh battery.
Design and durability:
With the Galaxy S10 +, Samsung switched to a completely new design concept, and instead of using a notch-like solution for the front camera, Samsung used the perforated screen design called Infinity-O in the S10 family. In this way, the S10 + has a very thin frame and has an eye-catching design. In addition, moving the fingerprint reader from the back side into the screen is one of the details that simplifies device design. Galaxy Note9 has a longer, larger and thicker structure; The S9 + also comes with larger frames and a more mixed rear design
With a more minimalist design concept, the Samsung Galaxy S10 + doesn't give much difference in terms of durability. All three devices come with a front and rear window as well as three with IP68 water and dust resistance certification.
The Galaxy Note9 and Galaxy S9's Super AMOLED screens, which have a 6.4 and 6.2 inch display respectively, are absolutely excellent. While these two phones have better screens than most devices on the market today, the Galaxy S10 + offers a much higher brightness level, HDR10 + support, more realistic colors, and reduced blue light. The Dynamic AMOLED display is currently the best on the market.
The Galaxy S10 + is equipped with a triple-rear camera setup, which significantly improved the camera portion compared to its predecessors. The 12 MP main camera with a variable aperture range (f / 1.5 to f / 2.4) is accompanied by a f / 2.2 16 MP ultra wide angle camera with a view of 123 degrees. The third camera has f / 2.4 and 12 MP, while the telephoto camera offers 2x optical zoom
The Samsung Galaxy Note9 and the Galaxy S9 + feature dual rear camera setup. The ultra-wide-angle lens is still better than the S10 +, although it still has good cameras
The S10 + comes with two lenses on the front camera and the first front camera is 10 MP, while the second camera is 8 MP. and is used for depth effect. The other two phones are equipped with a single 8 MP front camera, while the S10 + has a 4K video on the front camera for the first time.
Software and update support:
All three phones now have the Android 9 Pie and One UI interface. The Galaxy S9 + and Note9, which were released with the Android 8.0 Oreo and Samsung Experience interface, recently switched to One UI with an update. Samsung will probably offer 1 or 2 more updates to the S10 +, even if all three phones are equal at this time.
Samsung is a manufacturer who likes to add interesting features to their devices. Although it doesn't work, there are many features such as Bixby virtual assistant, VR and AR support, DeX desktop mode, Samsung Pay; three phones are also standard. The Galaxy Note9 offers S-Pen support in addition to the others; The S10 + also comes with a built-in fingerprint reader and a wireless wireless charger called Wireless PowerShare.
We've arrived at the most crucial part. The Samsung Galaxy S10 + is priced at £ 5,499, while the Galaxy Note9 is available at around $ 5,189. The Galaxy S9 + is the most affordable device in our comparison with the price of 4.299 TL. We also have to say that the Galaxy S10 + has been reduced to a more affordable price with the Galaxy Buds gift and a variety of gift vouchers.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 + is, in many ways, one of the best phones of 2019. The new chipset produced by the 7nm production process, the Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED display and the S10 + which draws attention with the embedded fingerprint reader;
If you're a Galaxy S9 + or Galaxy Note9, there are no major reasons for you to switch to S10 +, but if you're using a different phone and are within your budget, you can use the S10 +.