Galaxy S10 vs Galaxy S7 edge

Which one is best for you?

Even the most graphics-heavy games run smoothly on the 2016 Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, but upgrading to the new Galaxy S10 is sure to take your gameplay to the next level with an extraordinary augmented reality (AR) gaming experience.

Your avatar comes alive on the Galaxy S7 edge’s vivid 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, but the S10 has a larger, 6.1-inch all-screen Infinity-O Display that will draw you into the action of fantasy worlds and deliver even sharper animations – thanks to the Wide Quad High Definition Plus resolution.

Whether you’re into action games, role-playing or racing, both models will let you enjoy the fun for longer, as they come equipped with big batteries that charge fast and wirelessly. Despite being an older model, the S7 edge has a massive 3600 mAh battery, while you can literally share your power with the S10 – with reverse wireless charging – so if your friend’s battery is drained, you can quickly juice it up by simply placing it on the other phone.

With 4GB RAM, the S7 edge is a decent player, and support for Vulcan API means users can really get sucked into whatever it is they’re playing. But the S10 has an even more powerful 12GB RAM – enough to seamlessly streams your AR games - so you can fight fantastic creatures without lagging and defend your kingdom.

Name Galaxy S10 Galaxy S7 edge
Image Choose a Device
Buy the Galaxy S10
Choose a Device
Buy the Galaxy S7 edge
Display 6.1 inches 5.5 inches
Size and weight Height: 149.9 mm
Width: 70.4 mm
Depth: 7.8 mm
Weight: 157 grams
Height: 150.9 mm
Width: 72.6 mm
Depth: 7.7 mm
Weight: 157 grams
Rear camera 16 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP 12 MP
Front camera 10 MP 5 MP
Video recording 4K UHD video recording at 60 fps 4K video recording at 30 fps
Processor Exynos 9820
Exynos 8890
Battery 3400 mAh 3600 mAh
Storage 128 GB 64 GB
Splash, water and dust resistant Yes Yes
Buy now Buy the Galaxy S10 Buy the Galaxy S7 edge