The Samsung Galaxy S10 is readily available and one of the best phones money can buy. In this guide we’ll go over everything that’s new, what changed, and how the Galaxy S10 compares to the Galaxy S8 for those looking to upgrade.
If you still own the Galaxy S8 it’s likely starting to show its age now that they’re over 2 years old. That said, Samsung just delivered the latest Galaxy Android Pie (One UI) update, and it’s still a capable phone. Just because there is something new doesn’t mean you need to upgrade.
Samsung’s all-new Galaxy S10 delivers a bigger edge-to-edge display, no bezels, triple rear cameras, a camera cutout in the screen, blazingly fast performance and much longer battery life. Here’s why you should or shouldn’t upgrade.
In 2018 Samsung released the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+. Both phones had big curved screens with powerful cameras and a sleek design, and while they were great, not much changed compared to the Galaxy S8. They were almost identical. Nothing really changed on the Galaxy Note 9 either. Which is why a lot of people still have a Galaxy S8.
This year though, the Galaxy 10 has some major changes. From the screen sizes, fingerprint scanners, battery life, up to five cameras and more. Changes worth paying for. Personally, battery life alone makes it worth buying.
Samsung actually released four different Galaxy S models in 2019. Those being a Galaxy S10e, the regular S10, a slightly bigger Galaxy S10+, and a massive 6.7-inch Galaxy S10 5G. We’ll only focus on the regular model, although Galaxy S8 owners might be happy with the S10e if they’re on a budget, honestly.
If you’re still rocking an older Galaxy and are trying to decide if these new phones are right for you, this is the right place. Our slideshow below has tons of helpful information, comparisons, pricing info and details for buyers or those planning to upgrade.
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