Galaxy S10: Samsung’s best keeps getting better

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Few smartphones have shaped the way the world of technology works like Samsung’s Galaxy S line of devices. Every year, Samsung has to make the best smartphone they’ve ever made even better — and that’s no easy task. But, they do their best to pull it off, and the Galaxy S10 is no exception. This time, they haven’t just produced the best Galaxy S smartphone yet; they’ve also made one of the best Android devices money can buy right now.

With this new wave of Galaxy S phones, Samsung obviously started by upping the ante in the performance department. As a result, the Galaxy S10 smartphones now can be equipped with up to a whopping 12GB of RAM and a jaw-dropping 1TB of internal storage. And if for some reason, 1TB of onboard storage still isn’t enough, the Galaxy S10 also supports storage expansion via a microSD card slot so you can add up to an additional 512GB of space! That’s 1.5TB in a smartphone.

However, at its heart, the real star of the show is the brand new Exynos 9820 processor. This new SoC offers next-level performance with improvements across the board from its CPU to its GPU. This means that you won’t just see improvements in daily tasks like browsing social media; you should also see meaningful gains in intensive operations like gaming and high-resolution video rendering.

Augmenting these new hardware components, Samsung’s also implemented AI-powered performance optimisation software that can intelligently optimise and pre-load apps depending on your usage pattern. The S10 can also intelligently manage your battery so that you can get the most out of your built-in cell.

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Speaking of battery performance, the Galaxy S10 smartphones have the biggest batteries in any Galaxy S phone yet, as you can get an S10+ with up to a massive 4,100 mAh battery. All-day battery? Check. Naturally, to top this up, Samsung’s new phone supports both fast wired and fast wireless charging. However, Samsung’s also letting you share your S10’s big battery with others through something called Wireless Power Share.

With this new feature, you can wirelessly charge other gadgets with your Galaxy S10. Yes, this is not a joke, you can actually wirelessly CHARGE other devices that support the Qi Wireless standard. This could include wireless accessories like the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch or even other smartphones that support the Qi standard.

Then, just as like a cherry on top of the already amazing device that is the S10, this new flagship phone comes with support for WiFi 6, otherwise known as 802.11ax. This isn’t even a widely available standard yet (most are still on 802.11ac or n) but Samsung’s put in the extra effort to make sure your phone will be able to take full advantage of this new standard when it does become more widely available. After all, you should always sediakan payung sebelum hujan (prepare an umbrella before the rainstorm).

It’s about time you upgrade your smartphone experience with the Samsung Galaxy S10. Not only will you be able to make the most of today, but you’ll be set even when tomorrow comes around the corner. Get your hands on a brand new Galaxy S10 today at all authorised Samsung retailers, and online, today.