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  1. SAMSUNG GALAXY S10 REVIEW BUILD AND DESIGN The Samsung Galaxy S9 from last year used glass in its construction and the Galaxy S10 is no different. The Galaxy S10 uses Corning’s Gorilla Glass 6 on the front face and Gorilla Glass 5 on the rear panel. The sides get a polished metal frame for rigidity and to hold the front and back panels together. The result is a pretty sleek-looking handheld device with oodles of curves around the edges and two smooth, shiny flat surfaces. Even without the bundled TPU case on, the Galaxy S10 feels grippy enough in the hands. At least, it doesn’t threaten to slide off your fingers every time you pick it up, a problem the Samsung Galaxy A30 had. Like the larger Galaxy S10+, the Galaxy S10 comes in three colour options on Samsung’s website: Prism Black, Prism White, and Prism Blue. Our review unit came in Prism Black, in which the phone looked understated and classy. Apart from a pre-installed screen protector, the handset came with a thin plastic protection film along the sides. Don’t expect this film to stick on for long; the one on our review unit started peeling off after a couple of days of regular use. The bundled TPU case is your best option for instant basic protection. CAMERA On the back, the Samsung Galaxy S10 shares its triple camera setup with the bigger Galaxy S10+. The first camera is a 16-megapixel ultra-wide sensor with an f/2.2 aperture with fixed focus and no optical image stabilisation. The second and primary camera is a 12-megapixel sensor with a dual aperture of f/1.5 and f/2.4 and a 26mm field of view. The third camera is a telephoto sensor with an aperture of f/2.4; it has optical image stabilisation and phase-detection autofocus. The difference is only in the front camera; while the Galaxy S10+ gets two front facing cameras, one for photos and one for collecting depth information, the Galaxy S10 gets only one. Because the rear cameras are the same on both phones, you’ll be able to use the photos taken on the Galaxy S10+ as additional reference for the Galaxy S10’s camera output quality. You can find them here in the review of the Galaxy S10+. I found the photos taken through the primary camera to be rich in colours and sharpness, with just a hint of noise setting in as the background light grew dim. It was the same case with the telephoto camera. The wide-angle camera, however, displayed a considerable amount of barrel distortion,

  2. leaving some photos with an unintended fish-eye effect. The photos through the selfie shooter appeared fine but a little less colourful than the ones taken through the rear. The Galaxy’s camera was eager to “beautify” faces even when the beauty level was set to minimum. In summary, the Samsung Galaxy S10’s camera is ideal for most conditions even though low-light conditions invite a noticeable amount of pixelation and noise in the photos. PERFORMANCE AND GAMING Like its older Plus brother, the Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with Samsung’s Exynos 9820 chipset that’s built on an 8-nanometre process. As mentioned in the Galaxy S10+ review, the chipset has eight cores in three clusters. Out of the eight, the four Cortex-A55 efficiency cores are clocked at 1.95GHz, the two Cortex-A75 middle cores are clocked at 2.31GHz, and the two Mongoose M4 performance cores are clocked at 2.73GHz. The GPU onboard is a Mali-G76 MP12. While the Galaxy S10+ is offered in a 12GB RAM variant, the Galaxy S10 is offered with only 8GB of LPDDR4x RAM. Internal storage can be either 128GB or 512GB, with an optional microSD card going up to 512GB. Real-world performance of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is excellent. Running several apps and downloads simultaneously doesn’t seem to upset the phone’s performance one bit. On the review unit, I was comfortably downloading Asphalt 9 on the Play Store while PUBG Mobile was updating itself internally. At the same time, I was able to switch to a tab-filled Chrome browser to check news. Opening YouTube to play a quick video midway didn’t seem to upset the phone either. Cycling through heavy apps like this didn’t result in so much as a stutter in the UI’s animation. In summary, the Samsung Galaxy S10 performs the way a flagship smartphone should: it runs multiple heavy apps simultaneously without any signs of sweat or delay. Mobiles, Tablets, Mobile accessories, computer accessories, MP3 players, Smart watches. Mobile shop vapi, Mobile shop daman. A dealer of mobiles and tablets, M K Mobile Shop in Tin Batti has been providing an extraordinary service to the citizens ever since its establishment in 1999. Connecting people, this mobile store ensures to offer its products at the best prices and offers thus helping the buyers to buy their favorite gadget at cheap. High on quality, all its products carry the warranty of their respective brands making them reliable for

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