Samsung S10 plus was
released on 2019, March. This phone has the best-looking screen among
smartphones with a 93.1% screen-to-body ratio. The pixels are now stretch from the small top speaker down to the thin bottom chin, and spill over
the curved left and right edges. It features an ultrasonic fingerprint
sensor on the front hidden under the glass. On the back it has a triple-lens
camera that takes normal, telephoto and new ultra-wide photos.
Samsung S10 plus
has 6.4-inch super AMOLED display that makes this the biggest smartphone screen
to date. It’s new Infinity-O display avoids using a
notch by opting for a laser-cut hole in the top-right corner for the front
camera. Samsung has dropped into two front cameras to take better portrait
selfies. The default resolution is Full HD+, but can be cranked to QHD+ and
it’s pin sharp, with HDR10+ for superior contrast and colour. It looks
fantastic with bright, colourful reproduction making the best of images, icons,
apps, games and video with the infinity-O display.
The S10 plus is designed with aluminium
frame which is thinner than that of S9 plus and still sandwiched between smooth
Gorilla Glass 6. Samsung hasn’t ditched the 3.5mm headphone jack, and what’s
impressive is that it’s also trying to sell its wireless Galaxy Buds without
axing this venerable feature. This phone includes a robust triple-lens rear
camera array, comprising a 12MP regular lens, 12MP optically zoomed telephoto
lens, and new 16MP ultra-wide lens. It’s dual-aperture lens allows to capture
vibrant-looking photos and even fairly good low-light pictures. Live Focus is
more fun with the S10 plus, with Samsung’s portrait mode now offering a few
different options. There’s still the standard background blur effect, the
amount of which can be easily toggled with an on-screen slide, but there are
now three other options. The front-facing cameras are 10MP and 8MP, with the
latter coming into play for enhancing depth.
Samsung’s new stabilization technology is designed to make Ultra HD video look as smooth as footage from an action cam. HDR10+ video recording is a big upgrade because Samsung’s previous phones lacked the ability to record support HDR. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus battery has a 4,100mAh capacity. It is powerful enough to compete with today’s best gaming phones. Its octa-core chips are paired with 8GB of RAM (12GB in the Ultimate Performance Edition) to provide plenty of grunt.
Samsung S10 Plus price in Nepal – Rs. 123,500 (128GB) Rs. 154,500 (512GB).
Samsung S10 plus Full Specifications
Galaxy S10 Plus
March 8, 2019 (Official)
Android v9.0 (Pie)
Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual
SIM1: Nano, SIM2:
4G: Available, 3G:
Available, 2G: Available
Water resistant (up to 1.5m for 30 mins), IP68
Prism White, Ceramic White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue