Galaxy S10e vs Galaxy S8 Plus
Which one is best for you?
The Galaxy S8+ is a much bigger phone than the eminently pocketable Galaxy S10e, but the two years between them have seen Samsung going from strength to strength, and despite its smaller stature, the S10e is something of a pocket wizard.
The S8+ boasted 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a glorious 6.2-inch Super AMOLED screen – a combination powerful enough to run your VR gaming apps. The S10e matches the S8+ for memory, and although it has a smaller screen, the amazing Infinity-O Display covers the front of the S10e’s face, with an innovative keyhole notch for the selfie camera. This allows for a more immersive gaming experience.
The S8+’s snapper shone in 2017, but camera tech has moved very fast, and now the baby of the range has a versatile 16+12-megapixel dual lens camera with an ultra-wide angle lens for stunning landscapes and crowded group shots. The S10e gives you more in a smaller package.
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
Galaxy S8 Plus
Get better photos with a camera that takes multiple images and automatically chooses the best for you
View crystal clear photos and videos on the gorgeous 6.2-inch curved Infinity display
Unlock your phone quickly and securely with a glance, using iris recognition
Access advanced features with ease thanks to the Bixby personal assistant