The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the result of a decade’s worth of development that started all those years ago with the clunky, 4-inch Galaxy S in 2010.

That original phone, with its chunky bezels, has transmogrified into a plus-sized, 6.4-inch, curved-edge display with minimal bezels and, significantly in 2019, no unsightly notch.

The S10 Plus is a refined smartphone that you can immediately tell apart from its predecessor. It has a dual camera cut-out in the front and a horizontal trio of lenses at the back.

It also introduces new features like a “supersonic” under-screen fingerprint sensor, fast wireless charging and even reverse wireless charging.

Continue reading the review here: https://techcentral.co.za/review-samsung-galaxy-s10/88239/

Listen to the podcast here, with Nafisa Akabor and Duncan McLeod: https://techcentral.co.za/cars-gadgets-samsungs-galaxy-s10-unpacked/88243/

 

 

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