Galaxy S10 Plus vs Galaxy S10e
Which one is best for you?
Released in February 2019 amidst much secrecy and excitement, the tenth generation of Samsung’s stellar Galaxy range has seen some incredible advances on previous models, with the camera, screen and battery all showcasing the Korean technology titan at the top of their game.
The Galaxy S10+ is the biggest of the range, with a feature set to match. The dazzling Infinity-O Display makes both phones a great choice for gaming or watching movies, but the S10+ gives you a bigger screen with higher pixel density, while the Galaxy S10e fits more neatly in your pocket, yet still packs a punch.
The S10+ has an all-new 16+12+12-megapixel camera array, compared to its smaller cousin’s dual-lens 16+2-megapixel snapper, and has a larger battery that can wirelessly charge other compatible devices. Both phones benefit from in-screen fingerprint scanning and have an IP68 waterproof rating.
Both the Galaxy S10e and S10+ are superb phones. Which you choose will depend on your budget, and the size of phone you’re after.
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
Fit more in your pocket – the S10e’s powerful feature set is crammed into a neat and pocketable chassis
Rock out on the road with Dolby Atmos 3D Sound, either through the 3.5mm jack or on the stereo AKG speakers
Capture all the action on the hugely improved 16+12-megapixel ultra-wide snapper
Secure your phone with the electrostatic in-screen fingerprint scanner, and Face Recognition 2.0