Samsung Galaxy S10 5G review: Features | Specifications | Pricing
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When Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy S10 series, much of the future-looking focus was around the Samsung Galaxy Fold. That left the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, itself a future-looking handset, somewhat in the background because Samsung pretty clearly intended for the Fold to go on sale first.
That's not what's happened, with the Galaxy Fold delayed due to construction issues, and the Galaxy S10 5G is now available on contract terms with Telstra. So should you dive into Samsung's largest phone?
- Brilliant Dynamic AMOLED display.
- Mirror finish picks up smudges easily.
- Bixby button still feels useless.
- Headphone jack still present.
- Quad lens provides lots of camera flexibility.
- Great video quality with live focus options.
- Easy to use camera app.
- Exynos 9820 isn't quite the Snapdragon 855, but it's fast enough.
- OneUI is a great Android launcher.
- 5G isn't fast... yet.
- Fixed storage on a Galaxy phone feels like a throwback.
- 4,500mAh battery provides best battery life of any of this year's Galaxy phones.
- But it still lags behind last year's models.
- Fast wired or wireless charging.
- Great performance and battery life.
- Design robs it of some premium features.
- The most affordable 5G phone, for now.
Pricing and availability
Power, storage and battery
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