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Everything on the Samsung Galaxy S10

In February 2019, Samsung presented the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus and added the S10 Lite in January 2020. You can find comparisons between the different devices, watch videos, and read everything you want to know about the S10 series here.

The Samsung Galaxy S10

128GB storage capacity | 6.1-inch Quad HD screen | Android 9.0 Pie
699,- 619,-
in stock
  • Take sharp pictures in every situation with the three rear cameras.
  • The unique design with the camera hole gives the S10 a signature look.
  • Store apps, music, and pictures on the 128 or 512GB memory.
  • Due to the smaller battery, the S10 runs out sooner than the S10 Plus.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

128GB storage capacity | 6.4-inch Quad HD screen | Android 9.0 Pie
799,- 699,-
in stock
  • Thanks to the total of 5 cameras, you can always take sharp pictures.
  • The unique design with the camera hole gives the S10 a signature look.
  • With 128GB, 512GB, or even 1TB, you'll always have enough storage capacity.
  • You can't insert a memory card and an extra SIM card at once.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

128GB storage capacity | 6.7-inch Full HD screen | Android 10
639,-
in stock
  • Thanks to 8GB RAM and the powerful processor, your smartphone will be fast and run smoothly.
  • Your photos won't get blurry, because the camera has optical image stabilization.
  • Thanks to the large 4500mAh battery, your smartphone won't run out of power soon.
  • Unlike other devices in the S series, the S10 Lite doesn't have a telephoto lens.

View our comparisons

Samsung S10 vs Samsung S10 Plus

Compare the Samsung S10 to the S10 Plus

The main models from the new Samsung S-series are the S10 and the S10 Plus. Like we're used to from Samsung, the Plus version is the bigger brother of the S10. They are different when it comes to the selfie camera; the S10 Plus has a dual camera, the S10 has a single one. In addition, the S10 is larger and this device has a special ceramic model with a lot of memory. Curious about that? Read our comparisons to find out more.

Samsung Galaxy S10 and S9

Compare the Samsung S10 to the S9

Samsung's biggest model in 2018 was the S9, which impressed people with its slim design and variable aperture. What's new on the S10 (Plus)? Let's start with the design. The S10 has the striking Infinity O screen with camera hole and thin bezels. In addition, the S10 has 3 cameras on the back instead of 1 or 2. In terms of storage space, Samsung takes a big step forward with the S10. You can read all about it in our comparison.

The Samsung Galaxy S10: striking design, multiple cameras, updated operating system

Samsung Galaxy S10

The Samsung Galaxy S10

The thing you first notice when you see the S10 is the selfie camera; it's located in a hole at the top right of the screen. The fingerprint scanner is also invisibly integrated in this 6.1-inch Quad HD+ screen. There are 3 cameras on the back of the Samsung S10, one of which has an ultra wide-angle lens and another has a telephoto lens. Thanks to One Ui, you can easily operate your device with one hand. In addtions, the menus of your phone look a lot cleaner.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is a larger edition of the S10. It has a 6.4-inch screen, with a dual selfie camera instead of a single one. This allows you to take selfies with an artistic depth of field effect. With the 4100mAh battery, you can easily get through the day. A special feature of the Samsung S10 Plus is the ceramic version with extra storage space. With 512GB or even 1TB, you don't have to worry about your memory being full.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is the largest device in the S10 series, thanks to its 6.7-inch screen. The enormous 4500mAh battery can easily last a whole day. The S10 Lite has a macro lens instead of a telephoto lens, so you can take sharp photos from very close by. The difference with the S10 also lies in the build quality. The S10 Lite isn't made of glass, so it's less sturdy and not as luxurious. In addition, it means you can't charge the S10 Lite wirelessly.

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