The Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung’s newest phone, has come out with many colors, models, and features. Some of these models are the original S10, the S10+, the budget S10e, and the S10 5g. The S10, S10+, and S10e can all be preordered and will start shipping on March 7. So what's the difference?
The Samsung Galaxy S10 starts at $899 USD. It has a 6.1-inch display screen, a Snapdragon 855 CPU, 8gb ram, up to 512gb of storage, and an SD card slot. The camera on the base S10 is the same as the S10+ and S10e, except the S10e doesn’t have the telephoto camera that is on the S10 and S10+. The rear cameras on the S10 series are unique to them. The camera is on the top right of the phone, with no notch. The S10+ and S10 have 2 front cameras, and the S10e has 1.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ starts at $999 USD. It has a slightly larger 6.4-inch display screen, the same Snapdragon 855 CPU, but 12gb of RAM and up to 1TB or 1024gb of storage. The front and rear cameras in the S10+ are the same as the S10, 16mp dual on the back, and 10mp dual on the front. However, the S10+ has a depth sensor as well on the front.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e, the budget version, starts at $750 USD, similar to the iPhone Xr. It sports a Snapdragon 855, 6gb or 8gb of RAM, and up to 256gb of storage. Although only a 5.8-inch screen, it has a fingerprint sensor on the power button on the side instead of the in screen sensor. It has 3100 milliamps of battery, versus the 3400 and 4100 of the S10 and S10+, respectively.