Galaxy S10 vs Galaxy S10 Plus
Which phone is best for you?
Both of these phones are powerful enough to keep up with you all day long. However, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has stronger specs than the S10, as it boasts a larger screen, dual front camera, faster processor and more powerful battery.
Your pictures will come alive in vivid colours on the 6.1-inch Infinity-O display of the S10, while the 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED of S10+ will deliver even sharper details. Both models are capable of providing a cinematic viewing experience, and their stereo speakers will immerse you in theatrical sound.
If you want to take perfect photos while on holiday or at a birthday bash to share with your family and friends, both models will snap social media-ready images with their 12+12+16-megapixel triple rear cameras – day and night. And if you want to create the perfect selfie, the S10 has a 10-megapixel front camera while the S10+ boasts dual camera 10+8-megapixel front cameras.
Both the S10 and the S10+ are gaming beasts, boasting massive batteries that charge fast and wirelessly, and the S10+ also sports an even faster processor than the S10, so you can keep going for longer and enjoy seamless system performance when watching video, gaming and multitasking.
Immerse yourself in the gorgeous 6.1-inch WQHD+ Infinity-O display, ideal for gaming and streaming
Amaze your friends with professional looking shots from the triple lens camera with ultra-wide angle capability
Unlock the S10 with the ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint scanner, and enjoy peace of mind thanks to the waterproof Gorilla Glass 5 casing
Enjoy smooth and uninterrupted performance with a powerful chip set, 6GB of RAM, and the One UI operating system
Galaxy S10 Plus
Enjoy games and movies in super high definition on the amazing 6.4-inch Infinity-O display
Take superb pictures with the cutting-edge 16+12+12-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera array
Charge your friends’ phones from the 4100mAh battery just by touching them together, using the PowerShare function
Groove on the go with the S10+’s natty AKG-tuned stereo speakers