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Your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Guide

Discover everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus here. With plenty of Galaxy S10 Plus deals to buy, you can purchase a top-tier phone with a plan that suits you.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is full of features such as a dual-lens selfie camera, triple-lens main camera, and a big screen to show off your photographic results. Some of the latest tech is on board, including an in-screen fingerprint reader and an intelligent power saving chip.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Features

How good is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus camera?

The Samsung S10 Plus will let even novice photographers capture results like a pro. A 12MP wide-angle lens uses a dual aperture that works just like the human eye. When the surrounding light is dark, the hole for the lens opens further to allow more light to hit the sensor. With this solution, low-light photos are no longer a challenge.

The camera on the Galaxy S10 Plus also has a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 12MP telephoto lens. This array of lenses gives you 0.5x zoom out and 2x optical zoom in, making it easy to shoot vast landscapes or take photos inside, where space is constrained.

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Recording video also hits new heights with super slow-mo recording at 960fps, or you can shoot at 4K quality. While recording video, you can even snap 9.1MP still photos, so you aren’t stuck in just one mode.

The 10MP selfie camera gets paired up with an 8MP RGB depth lens. This revolutionises selfies with Live Focus and background blur, with stunning results that clarity. The selfie camera is adept at shooting in low light and recording selfie videos at 4K quality.

What screen does the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus have?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has a large 6.4” AMOLED screen with Always-On functionality. This will let you see crucial information at all times, such as notification numbers, time, and date. There are limitless possibilities with a wide range of Always-On widgets.

The Galaxy S10 Plus screen looks fantastic with the new Infinity-O design. The camera notch that takes out a massive chunk of the screen is gone, and instead, a small dot is used to give an uninterrupted viewing experience.

With a high dynamic range, quad HD+ screen resolution, and a blue light filter, this screen is kind on your eyes yet produces stunning visuals, whether you’re gaming or streaming a movie.

What is the battery capacity of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?

The 4,100mAh battery in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus works with adaptive power-saving to ensure you get to the end of every day, with power to spare. The power-saving mode makes a whole host of smart changes in the background to save energy, such as learning your routines and shutting down background apps that you aren’t using.

The Galaxy S10 Plus can share its battery reserves with other Wireless PowerShare devices. You can also recharge the phone 100% faster with wireless charging 2.0, but you will need to buy the charger to take advantage of this.

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What are the features of a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?

Music lovers will appreciate the earphones and stereo speakers that are tuned by AKG to give ultra high-quality audio playback. This means that your music sounds superb, whether you are listening to tunes during a morning run, or playing hit singles while you peruse Instagram.

The water-resistant Samsung S10 Plus comes with Bixby Vision and a set of intuitive apps. Bixby uses AR within home décor, makeup and hair dyeing, shopping, translation, wine, and food apps.

Samsung brings together Android and its own One UI. Once you start using your new phone, you will appreciate the One UI because it puts buttons and tappable items at the bottom of the screen, so it is easy to use, even with one hand.

More Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus FAQs

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus worth buying?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is an excellent buy with a wide choice of pay monthly Samsung S10 Plus deals. If you are searching for a great mobile phone, this Samsung phones tops the bill.

What is the difference between the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus?

The Galaxy S10 Plus betters the base model with a larger 6.4” display, versus a 6.1” on the S10. You also have a depth lens for taking eye-popping selfies and a larger battery that keeps on going.

How much is a Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?

Prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus vary when buying on a pay monthly contract. Check out our latest deals for a price.

Who has the best deal on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus?

We bring you all the best Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus deals together in one place. You can compare Galaxy S10 Plus deals and find the package that ticks all boxes.

Why are your Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus deals so good?

We buy our Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus stock not just from the UK, but from Europe as well. That means we’re able to source the best possible prices and pass those savings on to you through better deals.

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