Those words uniquely describe the new Samsung Galaxy S10. Here are some of the features that will make you abandon your current phone and buy any of the Galaxy S10 phones.
Storage is one of those things you probably don’t think about much until you’re running out of space. However, compared to phones such as the iPhone XS and Pixel 3, Samsung S10 series are magnificent. The S10E starts at 128GB and has a microSD card slot to give you potentially up to 512GB more. For people with truckloads of files to store, the S10 can get you all the way to 1TB of storage space (with 12GB of RAM), or 1.5TB with the added microSD card.
The Galaxy S10 screen range from 5.8 inches to 6.4, with slim bezels all around. The S10 have curved edges. The curved edges create a more amazing feel. The Galaxy S10 which you can buy on Jumia, Nigeria’s no 1 shopping destination, has a total possible resolution of 3,040 x 1,440 pixels, it’s set to 2,280 x 1,080 pixels by default for battery savings. This is fine for you, but you can always boost the resolution with a quick trip to the display settings. All in all, the screen quality is very good.
The image quality of the Galaxy S10 series phone is reliably good. Most phone cameras will take pleasing shots outdoors with ample lighting. Samsung’s camera is definitely one of the best and with the automatic scene optimizer, you can turn it on and off with a tap which helps bring out the best in your photo. If you’re not thrilled with the results, you can tap it off again.
The Galaxy S10 phone has a great battery life that will get you through the day. The S10 naturally has the least longevity, being the smallest, but if you’re not using it to stream YouTube videos and navigate all day, you should be more than fine. The Galaxy S10 has a longer battery lifespan.
Wireless PowerShare is a new feature that lets you turn the phone into a wireless charger to top up Qi-enabled accessories and phones. That’s the standard protocol these days; so, it should work for most new devices that support wireless charging, even iPhones. There’s a power management cut-off, which means when your S10 hits 30 per cent, it will stop charging out. You won’t be left worrying if you’ve given up too much power to do what you need until you find a cable yourself.