Even after having almost all the latest tech, there will be a big bunch of people who would hate the design choice as the both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ feature an under-display camera which leaves a dark spot at the top right side of the display.
In case you are not a big fan of the holes too, Matt B, the famous Twitter personality has got you covered. The wallpapers clearly showcase as to how amazing the device would look like if you made use of these (too bad the source links to the wallpapers are not available as of now).
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ sports a beautiful 6.4-inch display with 87.5% screen-to-body ratio. The front camera integrates seamlessly within the display which makes the device an absolute pleasure to look at.
2. Amazing cameras
Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 featured one of the best cameras in the market. The Galaxy S10 lineup has taken things to an altogether different dimension. The 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 boasts of a quad camera setup (12 MP, f/1.5-2.4 wide angle + 2 MP, f/2.4, 52mm telephoto + 16 MP, f/2.2, 12mm ultrawide + TOF camera) which is going to give the competitors nightmares for days.
Samsung never liked the concept of notches in its flagship smartphones and has radically changed the design of the current lineup. The bezels are almost gone, there is no pop-up camera gimmick being played, and the notch is, well, not invited. Interestingly, the stock wallpapers that come bundled with the device have intentionally been given a dark shade near the camera hole to provide for an even better UX.
4. Ultra-sonic fingerprint scanner
Under-display fingerprint scanners are not a new concept in the world of Android, but Samsung has come up with an all-new tech with the Galaxy S10 lineup. The in-display fingerprint scanner found of the devices is all the way more accurate and is way safer than its traditional counterparts. Though the response time is not drastically different, it is still a good thing to have a future-ready tech coming up in a device of such magnitude.
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