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The Samsung Galaxy S10 + (left); S10 (center) and S10e (right). Ben Sin

For better or worse, Samsung Galaxy S-phones have always been synonymous with "Android" to establish consumers, especially in North America, but other Android phonemakers just do not have the combination of marketing muscle, widespread global availability, and hardware excellence required is to have access to the mainstream consciousness of Samsung.

(Huawei might have gotten there if she were not banned in the world's third largest smartphone market)

Personally, I speak as an Android fan, myself I'm glad that Samsung refused to jump on the Notch train of 201

8 like almost any other phone brand because it would be a terrible sight for "the Android phone," a seeming iPhone X imitator to be n, too.

Instead, Samsung's 2018 offerings stuck to traditional bezels, which were widely regarded as iterative and boring updates. The sale also suffered, but Samsung did not spend the year on its laurels, but developed and perfected a new screen cut-out design that set itself apart from the iPhone to be something of its own: the punch design. [19659003] The design is in time for the 10-year anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, and they are definitely onlookers who, perhaps more importantly, have a visual identity that is different from iPhones. Samsung's thunder was stolen by Huawei, who launched its own hole-design phone two months ago, but the Samsung version uses the superior OLED display technology, and, of course, the Samsung smartphone Samsung's phones are available nationwide.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 + (left); S10 (middle); and S10e (right). Ben Sin

I have tested all three models of the S10 series from Samsung – S10, S10 + and S10e – for 10 days, but this test focuses on the models S10 and S10 + as they focus on them Concentrate the two superior models more closely resemble the true vision of Samsung as a flagship.

S10 and S10 +: What's the difference?

The most striking difference between the two models is the physical size "plus" model with 6.4-inch display compared to the standard S10s 6.1. The larger model is about the same size as the iPhone XS Max and other current Android flagships – think of the LG V40, OnePlus 6T, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, and so on. It's not just a small phone per se, but the Avoiding irises In recent years, it is not unpleasantly large. All of these 6.4-inch flagships should be fully usable by the average adult male. The S10, however, is small and easy to operate with one hand. Both mobile phones are surprisingly light with 157 g (S10) and 175 g (S10 +).

The S10 + also has two front-facing cameras (the second is a depth sensor) compared to the standard phone's single-selfie camera. This means that the hole cut-out on the S10 + is bigger and therefore requires more space on the screen.

The punch hole of the S10 is smaller than that of the S10 +. Ben Sin

The S10 + (right)) is about the same size as the iPhone XS Max. Ben Sin

The larger body of the S10 + also has a larger battery, a 4100 -mAh cell, while the S10 is powered by a 3,400 mAh cell.

S10 and S10 +: What's not?

Everything else on the two phones is identical. They have the same glass sandwich design with a fully symmetrical front and back due to the curvature of this screen. the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner is embedded below the display; and the same processor that is either the Snapdragon 855 for models in North America and China / Hong Kong or Exynos 9820 for all other models.

(In China and the US, the Snapdragon chipset is required in both countries, the rest of the world is on GSM bands.)

Samsung's OLED displays are virtually flawless, and the S10 or S10 + screens are currently the best on the market in terms of brightness, viewing angle and color intensity. [19659020] Yes, here is a headphone jack. Ben Sin

The phone is ultra flat and has curves on all sides. Ben Sin

The other great additions

For the sake of simplicity, I will refer to both the S10 and the S10 + as S10 below, but everything that was written applies to both Handsets, unless expressly stated otherwise.

Aside from the punch design, which gives the S10 some of the highest screen-to-body ratio around the other two headlines. Larger additions this year include the new wide-angle camera, which replaces the existing standard and telephoto of previous Samsung models. Devices connects. and this in-display fingerprint reader.

Both new additions are likely to be exciting for US or South Korean consumers as no other device in these markets offers this technology. But for me in Hong Kong, it's old news – there were four or five Chinese phones that had the same offer.

Samsung's attitude to this new technology can be considered superior in some ways, but it can also be ignored. For example, the ultrasound fingerprint reader under the screen is said to be safer than the in-display optical fingerprint scanner found in cell phones such as the Vivo V15 Pro, since ultrasound uses tone vibrations to image a 3D image of the user's thumb pressure optically scanners scan only a 2D surface, but this is also faster and more responsive. I can unlock a Vivo V15 Pro easier and faster than the Galaxy S10. If Samsung's radar-like scanner is really safer than Vivo's optical sensor, I can accept the slightly slower speed, but I have not read any official reports – from Google, payment apps, and media – that warned of the perceived lack of security of optical scanners ,

The S10 and S10 + models have triple camera settings. The smaller S10e has only a dual camera array. Ben Sin

My experience with the S10 scanner I can get along with is already at the positive end of the spectrum, other reviewers hate Android Police and The Verge the new technique.

As far as the wide-angle camera is concerned, the Samsung lens has a field of view of 123 degrees, wider than what the LG and Huawei wide-angle cameras offer (about 107 degrees), but there are also significant distortions around the corners.

However, I have stated that my love for the wide-angle camera is true. and I am glad that Samsung also offers one. Incidentally, LG deserves recognition for the pioneering work of this technology. In the next section we will discuss more about the camera of the S10.

Versatile, capable shooters who are not quite the best.

The S10's triple-camera array includes the previously mentioned 16-megapixel wide-angle camera with a pair of 12-megapixel standard and telephoto lenses. The two last-mentioned lenses are almost completely unchanged compared to the cameras of last year, and Samsung does not seem to have significantly improved the image processing software, so the photos taken with the S10 are very, very similar to the S9.

This is not the case The main camera of the S10 / S9 can change f-stops between open aperture 1.5 and aperture 2.2, so that their photos are rarely overexposed or underexposed. The contrast, however, is still somewhat artificially enhanced, and the Samsung camera lacks the AI-assisted night-shot mode (the phone takes 3-4 seconds to take four to five pictures and then put together a night shot for a particularly bright and balanced image), pioneered by Huawei last year and since critically acclaimed by Google Pixel 3.

This means that in low-light situations, the S10 simply has the dynamic range of the Google Pixel 3 or the Huawei Mate 20 professional. To be honest, photos taken in night mode are heavily processed, so the night pictures of the S10 can be considered more natural and real. Look at the example below in a dark alley of the S10 and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro with night mode.

The image of the S10 has a slightly less impressive dynamic range than an image taken with the night mode of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Ben Sin

Note The image of Huawei has a more balanced lighting: The shaded parts of the floor are not so dark; The brightly lit part of the road in the middle frame is less blown out. There is more texture and sharpness in the air conditioners. The tall building in the upper right corners is clearer.

Note, however, that Huawei's picture was taken with a special recording mode that takes several seconds. Samsung's picture was taken immediately. However, software-based photo editing is clearly the direction in which mobile photography will bring the next breakthrough, so it is somewhat daunting to see that Samsung has made little progress in this area.

If you're not picky and compare side by side with other high-end phones, the S10's cameras deliver pictures that are very detailed and appealing.

A macro shot of the S10. Ben Sin

Two samples taken with the S10. Ben Sin

With three cameras with different focal lengths, the S10 can capture three different perspectives without the user having to move. Of course, I have to say that Samsung is not groundbreaking here. The rival South Korean brand LG has been offering the same triple-camera layout since last October.

Three photos taken with the S10 in the same place. Ben Sin [19659002] Note the photo quality in the example above – exposure, sharpness, and color accuracy – uniform across all three images. This is good because LG's three cameras tend to produce slightly different quality images.

Focusing only on the wide screen With the angle lens, the shooter of the S10 can make visually stunning shots, albeit with the aforementioned strong distortion.

A wide-angle night shot with the S10. Ben Sin

Another wide angle with the S10. Ben Sin

Pointless second selfie camera …

The larger S10 + has an additional front camera, which serves as a depth sensor and whose purpose is to produce this depth better , Field bokeh effect. Most of the time, however, I find the additional depth sensor pointless. I made a series of selfie portraits with the S10 + and the mono selfie camera S10 and the two photos are very similar. I can see that the selfies of the S10 + can have slightly better edge detection, but it's not enough to justify an extra sensor as it consumes more screen. I'd rather that the S10 + only stays with a selfie camera and gives us more screen.

Selfie samples with the S10 + and S10 that look very similar. Ben Sin

I would rather not have this extra sensor and get a smaller hole distraction on the screen. Ben Sin

But video recording is top-notch

One area the S10 outperforms other Android performers is video recording; With the S10 you can record up to 4K / 60fps, which is relatively fluid. 4K / 30fps or lower recorded footage is even softer thanks to advanced electronic image stabilization (EIS) and optical image stabilization (OIS). I think the iPhone XS is still the best mobile video camera, but the S10 has overtaken the previous Android king LG V40.

Software, battery, performance – everything good to great

The S10 runs on Android 9, with Samsung's new software interface One UI at the top. A UI is meant to simplify one-handed operation, but I find that Samsung's software is not just a hand, but some of the buttons in apps like the phone dialer and contacts positioned at the bottom of the screen are kind of like the best software skin, OnePlus OxygenOS. For example, if you open an app folder, the apps on your phone screen will look ridiculously high, making them difficult to reach. The OnePlus software is intuitive enough to keep these apps at the bottom of the screen.

In some apps, such as the phone dialer and switching shortcuts, the user interface improves with one hand, but apps in app folders make the display uncomfortable. Ben Sin

In terms of standard performance, the S10 are almost flawless. It should be noted that the devices I am testing run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, which is superior to the Samsung Exynos chipset that delivers S10s from Europe or Southeast Asia. However, I do not suspect that these phones are too far back.

The battery life has also improved significantly this year. The S10 + has a large cell with 4,100 mAh, making it a full-time phone. The S10 has a smaller battery with 3,400 mAh. So whether you can keep a whole day depends on your usage. In general, I get 4.5 hours for the smaller S10 and six hours for the S10 +. Both results are excellent, though not as good as Huawei, the battery endurance king.

The new Android King? Depending on your point of view

In a vacuum, Samsung's Galaxy S10 phones are sleek, great, powerful, and advanced devices. But there's a giant elephant in the room: The day before Samsung unveiled the S10 line, Xiaomi introduced a smartphone called Mi 9, which has almost the same specifications and hardware features as Samsung: same Snapdragon 855 processor, similar OLED display with integrated input display fingerprint reader, similar construction with three cameras. And the device of Xiaomi costs about 450 US dollars, about half of the starting price of the S10.

The S10 +, S10 and S10e Ben Sin

I have tested Xiaomis device only very briefly, and I can safely say that the Samsung S10 has a better display and a slightly better camera performance, however you have to be the most persistent phone freak to say that these features alone are worth $ 450.

The big savings for Samsung is that Xiaomi phones are not being sold in Samsung's top two markets (South Korea and North America). The US government's public campaign to convince the world not to trust. Huawei / China has probably convinced some of them to stay away from all Chinese tech brands. For those living in North America or South Korea, and for those who have deterred Chinese products, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is currently barely rivaling Android. It is currently the most powerful and feature-rich phone on the market, and in relation to other options available, it is not at an unfair price. The upcoming G8 from LG could compete in size with the S10, but has this outdated design and is not yet commercially available.

For others who have Chinese phone brands, the S10, and are not tired is a luxury option. There are half a dozen phones that offer a fingerprint on the display, a three-camera setup, OLED screens, and a high-performance chipset for less money. The S10 may still appeal, but anyone who knows their smartphone in Hong Kong or London, Singapore or Paris knows that they can get a similar experience to the S10 if they wish.

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 + (left); S10 (center) and S10e (right). Ben Sin

For better or worse sense, Samsung Galaxy S phones are always" Android " for Mainstream Consumers, Especially in North America Other Android phonemakers just do not have the combination of marketing muscle, widespread global availability, and great hardware needed to enter mainstream consciousness, like Apple and Samsung

(Huawei might have gotten there if it was not for him As the world's third largest smartphone market, they are strictly prohibited.)

If I personally speak as an Android fan, I'm glad that Samsung has refused to overthrow the Notch train of 2018 like almost any other phone brand it would h "The Android phone" also seems a blatant imitator for the iPhone X.

Instead, Samsung's offerings in 2018 stick to traditional lunettes, which were often viewed as iterative and boring updates. The sale also suffered, but Samsung did not spend the year on its laurels, but developed and perfected a new screen cut-out design that set itself apart from the iPhone to be something of its own: the punch design. [19659003] The design is ready in time for the Samsung Galaxy S10 10th Anniversary Series, and they are definitely onlookers that, perhaps more importantly, have a visual identity that is different from iPhones. Samsung's thunder was stolen by Huawei, who launched its own hole-design phone two months ago, of course, but Samsung's version uses the superior OLED display technology, and Samsung's phones are available nationwide.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 + (left); S10 (middle); and S10e (right). Ben Sin

I have tested all three models of the S10 series from Samsung – S10, S10 + and S10e – for 10 days, but this test focuses on the models S10 and S10 + as they focus on them Concentrate the two superior models more closely resemble the true vision of Samsung as a flagship.

S10 and S10 +: What's the difference?

The most striking difference between the two models is the physical size "plus" model with 6.4-inch display compared to the standard S10s 6.1. The larger model is about the same size as the iPhone XS Max and other current Android flagships – think of the LG V40, OnePlus 6T, Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, and so on. It's not just a small phone per se, but the Avoiding irises In recent years, it is not unpleasantly large. All of these 6.4-inch flagships should be fully usable by the average adult male. The S10, however, is small and easy to operate with one hand. Both mobile phones are surprisingly light with 157 g (S10) and 175 g (S10 +).

The S10 + also has two front-facing cameras (the second is a depth sensor) compared to the standard phone's single-selfie camera. This means that the punch hole on the S10 + is larger and requires more screen space.

The punch hole of the S10 is smaller than that of the S10 +. Ben Sin

The S10 + (right)) is about the same size as the iPhone XS Max. Ben Sin

The larger body of the S10 + also has a larger battery, a 4100 -mAh cell, while the S10 is powered by a 3,400 mAh cell.

S10 and S10 +: What's not?

Everything else on the two phones is identical. They have the same glass sandwich design with a fully symmetrical front and back due to the curvature of this screen. the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner is embedded below the display; and the same processor that is either the Snapdragon 855 for models in North America and China / Hong Kong or Exynos 9820 for all other models.

(In China and the US, the Snapdragon chipset is required in both countries, the rest of the world is on GSM bands.)

Samsung's OLED displays are virtually flawless, and the S10 or S10 + screens are currently the best on the market in terms of brightness, viewing angle and color intensity. [19659083] Yes, there is a headphone jack here. Ben Sin

The phone is ultra flat with curves on all sides. Ben Sin

The other great additions

For the sake of simplicity, I will refer to both the S10 and the S10 + as S10 below, but everything that was written applies to both Handsets, unless expressly stated otherwise.

Aside from the punch design, which gives the S10 some of the highest screen-to-body ratio around the other two headlines. Larger additions this year include the new wide-angle camera, which replaces the existing standard and telephoto of previous Samsung models. Devices connects. and this in-display fingerprint reader.

Both new additions are likely to be exciting for US or South Korean consumers as no other device in these markets offers this technology. But for me in Hong Kong, it's old news – there were four or five Chinese phones that had the same offer.

Samsung's attitude to this new technology can be considered superior in some ways, but it can also be ignored. For example, the ultrasound fingerprint reader under the screen is said to be safer than the in-display optical fingerprint scanner found in cell phones such as the Vivo V15 Pro, since ultrasound uses tone vibrations to image a 3D image of the user's thumb pressure optically scanners scan only a 2D surface, but this is also faster and more responsive. I can unlock a Vivo V15 Pro easier and faster than the Galaxy S10. If Samsung's radar-like scanner is really safer than Vivo's optical sensor, I can accept the slightly slower speed, but I have not read any official reports – from Google, payment apps, and media – that warned of the perceived lack of security of optical scanners ,

The S10 and S10 + models have triple camera settings. The smaller S10e has only a dual camera array. Ben Sin

My experience with the S10 scanner I can get along with is already at the positive end of the spectrum, other reviewers hate Android Police and The Verge the new technique.

As far as the wide-angle camera is concerned, the Samsung lens has a field of view of 123 degrees, wider than what the LG and Huawei wide-angle cameras offer (about 107 degrees), but there are also significant distortions around the corners.

However, I have stated that my love for the wide-angle camera is true. and I am glad that Samsung also offers one. Incidentally, LG deserves recognition for the pioneering work of this technology. In the next section we will discuss more about the camera of the S10.

Versatile, capable shooters who are not quite the best.

The S10's triple-camera array includes the previously mentioned 16-megapixel wide-angle camera with a pair of 12-megapixel standard and telephoto lenses. The two last-mentioned lenses are almost completely unchanged compared to the cameras of last year, and Samsung does not seem to have significantly improved the image processing software, so the photos taken with the S10 are very, very similar to the S9.

This is not the case The main camera of the S10 / S9 can change f-stops between open aperture 1.5 and aperture 2.2, so that their photos are rarely overexposed or underexposed. The contrast, however, is still somewhat artificially enhanced, and the Samsung camera lacks the AI-assisted night-shot mode (the phone takes 3-4 seconds to take four to five pictures and then put together a night shot for a particularly bright and balanced image), pioneered by Huawei last year and since critically acclaimed by Google Pixel 3.

This means that in low-light situations, the S10 simply has the dynamic range of the Google Pixel 3 or the Huawei Mate 20 professional. To be honest, photos taken in night mode are heavily processed, so the night pictures of the S10 can be considered more natural and real. Look at the example below in a dark alley of the S10 and the Huawei Mate 20 Pro with night mode.

The image of the S10 has a slightly less impressive dynamic range than an image taken with the night mode of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Ben Sin

Note The image of Huawei has a more balanced lighting: The shaded parts of the floor are not so dark; The brightly lit part of the road in the middle frame is less blown out. There is more texture and sharpness in the air conditioners. The tall building in the upper right corners is clearer.

Note, however, that Huawei's picture was taken with a special recording mode that takes several seconds. Samsung's picture was taken immediately. However, software-based photo editing is clearly the direction in which mobile photography will bring the next breakthrough, so it is somewhat daunting to see that Samsung has made little progress in this area.

If you're not picky and compare side-by-side With other top-notch phones, the S10's cameras deliver pictures that are very detailed and handsome.

A macro shot of the S10. Ben Sin

Two samples taken with the S10. Ben Sin

With three cameras with different focal lengths, the S10 can capture three different perspectives without the user having to move. Of course I have to say that Samsung is not breaking ground here – the rival South Korean brand LG has been offering the same triple-camera layout since last October.

Three photos taken with the S10 in the same place. Ben Sin [19659002] Note the photo quality in the example above – exposure, sharpness, and color accuracy – uniform across all three images. This is good because LG's three cameras tend to produce slightly different quality images.

Focusing only on the wide screen With the angle lens, the shooter of the S10 can make visually stunning shots, albeit with the aforementioned strong distortion.

A wide-angle night shot with the S10. Ben Sin

Another wide angle with the S10. Ben Sin

Pointless second selfie camera …

The larger S10 + has an additional front camera, which serves as a depth sensor and whose purpose is to produce this depth better , Field bokeh effect. Most of the time, however, I find the additional depth sensor pointless. I made a series of selfie portraits with the S10 + and the mono selfie camera S10 and the two photos are very similar. I can see that the selfies of the S10 + can have slightly better edge detection, but it's not enough to justify an extra sensor as it consumes more screen. I'd rather that the S10 + only stays with a selfie camera and gives us more screen.

Selfie samples with the S10 + and S10 that look very similar. Ben Sin

I would rather not have this extra sensor and get a smaller hole distraction on the screen. Ben Sin

But video recording is top-notch

One area the S10 outperforms other Android performers is video recording; With the S10 you can record up to 4K / 60fps, which is relatively fluid. 4K / 30fps or lower recorded material is even softer thanks to advanced electronic image stabilization (EIS) and optical image stabilization (OIS). I think the iPhone XS is still the best mobile video camera, but the S10 has overtaken the former Android king LG V40.

Software, Akku, Leistung – alles gut bis großartig

Der S10 läuft Android 9, mit Samsungs neuer Software-Oberfläche One UI an der Spitze. Eine Benutzeroberfläche soll die Einhandbedienung vereinfachen, aber ich finde, dass Samsungs Software nicht nur eine Hand ist, sondern einige der Schaltflächen in Apps wie Telefonwählgerät und Kontakten am unteren Rand des Bildschirms positioniert freundlich wie die beste Software-Haut, OnePlus OxygenOS. Wenn Sie beispielsweise einen App-Ordner öffnen, werden die Apps auf dem Bildschirm des Telefons lächerlich hoch angezeigt, so dass Sie nur schwer erreichbar sind. Die OnePlus-Software ist intuitiv genug, um diese Apps am unteren Rand des Bildschirms zu halten.

In einigen Apps, wie dem Telefonwählschalter und dem Umschalten von Verknüpfungen, verbessert sich die Verwendung der Einhandbedienung, aber Apps in App-Ordnern sind unangenehm das Display. Ben Sin

In Bezug auf die Standardleistung sind die S10 nahezu fehlerlos. Es ist darauf hinzuweisen, dass die von mir getesteten Geräte auf dem Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 laufen, der Samsung-Exynos-Chipsatz, der S10s aus Europa oder Südostasien liefert, überlegen ist. Ich vermute jedoch nicht, dass diese Telefone zu weit zurückliegen.

Die Lebensdauer der Batterie hat sich auch in diesem Jahr deutlich verbessert. Das S10 + verfügt über eine große Zelle mit 4.100 mAh und ist somit ein ganztägiges Telefon. Der S10 verfügt über einen kleineren Akku mit 3.400 mAh. Ob Sie also einen ganzen Tag halten können, hängt von Ihrer Nutzungsart ab. Im Allgemeinen bekomme ich 4,5 Stunden für das kleinere S10 und sechs Stunden für das S10 +. Beide Ergebnisse sind ausgezeichnet, wenn auch nicht so gut wie bei Huawei, dem Batterie-Ausdauer-König.

Der neue Android-König? Abhängig von Ihrem Standpunkt

In einem Vakuum sind Samsungs Galaxy S10-Telefone schlanke, großartige, leistungsstarke und fortschrittliche Geräte. Aber es gibt einen riesigen Elefanten im Raum: Am Tag bevor Samsung die S10-Linie enthüllte, stellte Xiaomi ein Smartphone namens Mi 9 vor, das fast die gleichen Spezifikationen und Hardwarefunktionen wie Samsung besitzt: gleicher Snapdragon 855-Prozessor, ähnliches OLED-Display mit integriertem Eingang -Display-Fingerabdruckleser, ähnlicher Aufbau mit drei Kameras. Und das Gerät von Xiaomi kostet bei etwa 450 US-Dollar etwa die Hälfte des Startpreises der S10.

Die S10 +, S10 und S10e. Ben Sin

Ich habe Xiaomis Gerät nur sehr kurz getestet, und ich Ich kann mit Sicherheit sagen, dass das Samsung S10 ein besseres Display und eine etwas bessere Kameraleistung hat, aber man muss der hartnäckigste Telefonfreak sein, um zu behaupten, dass diese Funktionen allein 450 US-Dollar wert sind.

Die große Ersparnis für Samsung ist das Xiaomi-Handys werden nicht in Samsungs zwei Top-Märkten (Südkorea und Nordamerika) verkauft. Die öffentliche Kampagne der US-Regierung, die Welt davon zu überzeugen, nicht zu vertrauen. Huawei / China hat wahrscheinlich einige davon überzeugt, sich von allen chinesischen Tech-Marken fernzuhalten. Für diejenigen, die in Nordamerika oder Südkorea leben, und für diejenigen, die chinesische Produkte abgeschreckt haben, hat das Samsung Galaxy S10 im Android-Bereich derzeit kaum Konkurrenz. Es ist das derzeit leistungsfähigste und funktionsreichste Telefon auf dem Markt, und im Verhältnis zu anderen verfügbaren Optionen ist es nicht zu unangemessenem Preis. Das kommende G8 von LG könnte in Sachen Größe mit dem S10 konkurrieren, hat aber dieses veraltete Design und ist noch nicht im Handel erhältlich.

Für andere, die chinesische Telefonmarken, den S10, haben und nicht müde sind ist eine Luxusoption. Es gibt ein halbes Dutzend Telefone, die einen Fingerabdruck auf dem Display, ein Drei-Kamera-Setup, OLED-Bildschirme und einen leistungsstarken Chipsatz für weniger Geld anbieten. Die S10 kann zwar immer noch ansprechen, aber wer seine Smartphones in Hongkong, London, Singapur oder Paris kennt, weiß, dass er eine ähnliche Erfahrung wie die S10 haben kann, wenn er dies wünscht.


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