The Samsung Galaxy series doesn’t need any kind of introduction, it has its separate fan base. The latest top-end models from Galaxy series are Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10E. If you aren’t aware of how to do these three pile up, let us do the honour. Basically Galaxy S10 and S10 plus are upgrades over the respective Galaxy S9, Whereas Galaxy S10E is the budget handset of the trio. Let us run through the S10 trio to help you determine which one is more compatible for you:
Samsung Galaxy S10 vs S10 Plus vs S10e design and display:
Whether it be the screen size or overall dimension of the phone, S10, S10 Plus and S10E — all differ from each other. The S10e measures 142.2 x 69.9 x 7.9mm and weighs 150g – its size and weight make it easy to carry and pocket-friendly (literally). Now if we talk about S10, it’s comparatively slightly larger in length than S10E, but thinner and lighter in weight. And lastly the big boy, S10 plus measures 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8mm and has a bigger 6.4-inch screen. S10 plus comprises of 2 front cameras and due to which it has a wider punch.
Samsung Galaxy S10 vs S10 Plus vs S10E camera:
Remember that in this Galaxy trio you get an extra lens with each S10 model respectively. The Galaxy S10E comes with two cameras on the back, one with 16MP ultra-wide lens and other being a 12MP primary sensor with a variable aperture lens. While on the front is a dual-pixel 10MP camera. Whereas you will find all of the above in S10 with an extra 12MP telephoto lens on the rear. And last, the master of all, 10 plus offers all this including a second 8MP front facing the camera, making it five lenses split between front and rear of the phone.
Samsung Galaxy S10 vs S10 Plus vs S10E battery:
Just like the camera in S10 series, you get a better camera with better range S10. The Galaxy S10E comes with a 3,100mAh battery, which may be the smallest battery in the S10 bunch but still gives you adequate battery life. S10 you will get packing 3,400mAh battery which is more than enough to survive a day without charging. while there’s a whopping 4,100mAh power pack in the Galaxy S10 Plus.