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Difference Between Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

Both Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are two of Samsung’s powerful flagship phones. Samsung has been one of the leaders when it comes to pairing advanced technology with smartphones. Over the years, Samsung Galaxy series have been praised for bringing amazing features to smartphones. Both of these phones are powerful enough to keep up with you all day long. But, which one will you choose? Let’s take a look.

Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10 was announced on 20th Feb. 2019 in San Francisco just ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This marked the debut of the Samsung’s new infinity-O displays which stretch to all corners of the front and have a punch-hole camera for taking selfies. It features a powerful Snapdragon 855 processor and a long-lasting battery that will get you through a whole day. The S10 series was launched as a celebratory series of the 10th anniversary of the Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup. The Galaxy S10 is still one of Samsung’s most popular flagship phones.

Galaxy S10 Plus

The Galaxy S10 Plus is a redesigned model of the Galaxy S10 with a slightly bigger screen at 6.4 inches and a bigger 4,100 mAh battery. The punch hole camera is still there, but with a dual-camera setup for enhanced depth perception while taking portrait shots. Coming to rear cameras, two of the three lenses support 12 megapixels, same as the S10. The third lens is a wide range lens that supports 16 megapixels. Just like Galaxy S10, it jumps to the latest Samsung and Qualcomm chipsets. 

Difference between Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus


– Beyond their displays, the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus look quite the same, but with a slight difference in the dimension. The Galaxy S10 is 5.90 x 2.77 x 0.31-inch and 157 g, while the S10 Plus is 6.20 x 2.92 x 0.31-inch at 175 g. Forget the larger screens, additional cameras, and bigger batteries; Samsung has managed to keep them lighter and thinner. One fine addition is the ceramic edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus.


 – The first thing you see in any smartphone is the display. The Galaxy S10, at 6.1-inch, is neither too big not too small. It has a Dynamic AMOLED display with a 1440 x 3040 pixels screen resolution and 550 pixel density. The Galaxy S10 Plus has a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display with a 1440 x 3040 resolution and 522 PPI. With a slightly larger screen, the Galaxy S10 Plus will deliver sharper details 


– Both the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus boast a triple camera setup for social media-ready images – 12MP main camera, 12MP telephoto camera, and a 16MP ultra-wide camera. If you wish to take perfect selfies, the Galaxy S10 Plus boasts a 10+8MP dual front-camera setup for enhanced depth perception while taking portrait photos. Both the phones are capable of capturing footage in HDR10+. 


– Talking about performance, both the phones jump to the latest Samsung and Qualcomm chipsets with regional splits. Both of them feature either the Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor. Samsung claims these processors deliver improved CPU and GPU performance, compared to their predecessors. The S10 Plus has a massive 12GB of RAM compared to S10’s 8GB.


 – The Galaxy S10 packs a 3,400 mAh battery, which is a nice upgrade over the 3,000 mAh capacity of its predecessor Galaxy S9. The Galaxy S10 Plus sports a bigger 4,100 mAh battery, which is 600 mAh more than the Galaxy S9 Plus. Samsung promised a whole day battery life for both the phones. Both the phones feature fast and wireless charging.

Galaxy S10 vs. S10 Plus: Comparison Chart


Both Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are Samsung’s most popular flagship smartphones, among the most powerful mobile phones ever sold. Most of the capabilities on both the phones are similar, but with a few exceptions. The Galaxy S10 Plus has a bigger screen, bigger battery, and more camera lenses than the S10. Otherwise, the three versions of the Galaxy S10 series, including the S10e are practically identical. The S10 Plus is a 10+8 megapixel dual-camera front camera setup which gives it an edge over the S10 when taking portrait shots. Besides, both the phones have three modules on the back with an addition of 123-degree ultra-wide lens. The S10 Plus sports a bigger 4,100 mAh battery which also gives it a few hours of boost. Both of them are powerful enough to get you through a day.

What is the difference between a Galaxy S10 and S10e?

The Galaxy S10e is the cheapest among the Galaxy S10 series, with a smaller 5.8-inch and lesser resolution display. The S10 has a higher screen-to-body ratio (88.3% vs. 83.3%) because of its smaller bezels. With the S10e, you get a dual camera setup on the rear compared to the three camera setup on the S10. These are some of the notable differences between the two.

What’s the difference between Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus and S10e?

The S10e has a 5.8-inch display while the S10 Plus boasts a bigger 6.4-inch display. The S10 Plus is the premium version among the Galaxy S10 lineup and the S10e is the cheapest version of all.

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