Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Single-SIM 256 GB 6.7-Inch Android Smartphone UK Version Silver (Renewed)
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The HDR10+ support helps to boost contrast and colour on the fly, and if you fire up something like Netflix or YouTube then the sharp resolution and rich HDR quality really do shine through. You might even decide to start watching more videos on your phone just to enjoy what the display has to offer – it's that good.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G review | TechRadar
Since we published our Samsung Galaxy S10 review, new details about the Samsung handset have emerged. We'll keep you posted about the latest updates below to help you make the best buying decision... Samsung’s screens are always a gold standard, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that the almighty, 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display on the front of the S10 5G is a thing of beauty. With its almost 90% screen-to-body ratio and a 19:9 aspect ratio, it’s tall, but not quite Sony Xperia 1 tall.We were definitely impressed with the stereo speakers on the Galaxy S10. No smartphone is going to be able to compete with a Sonos speaker or Apple HomePod for filling a room with high-fidelity audio, but the S10 is perfectly fine for the odd tune, regular podcast listening, and movie dialog – even at high volumes. That's not a problem, as the Galaxy S9 had a great camera, but it's fair to say phones like the Google Pixel 3 and iPhone XS have now caught up to Samsung in the photo-taking department. It's actually a breeze to set up and worked well in our tests, though it's not quite as responsive as the fingerprint sensors we're all used to – that goes for speed as well as reliability.
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Samsung phones have earned a strong reputation in the camera department over the last few years, but the jumps in quality and innovation have been getting smaller each year. It's the same story with the S10, which offers a noticeable but not huge improvement over what we saw with the S9.It's not quite the best take on Android we've ever seen ( hello OnePlus), and it won't necessarily get updates as fast as other handsets ( hello Pixels), but it's an improvement over Samsung's previous attempts to build on top of Google's source code.