Samsung's flagship smartphone for 2019 includes three different variants (in addition to the lite GS10e version). As we focus on the OLED display, we list these below:
- Galaxy S10 5G: 6.7" 3040x1440 (502 PPI) flexible AMOLED
- Galaxy S10+: 6.4" 3040x1440 (522 PPI) flexible AMOLED
- Galaxy S10: 6.1" 3040x1440 (550 PPI) flexible AMOLED
The S10 phones use Samsung's latest AMOLEDs, that are now HDR10+ certified, include an under-the-OLED fingerprint sensor (Qualcomm ultra-sonic) and cut-outs for the selfie cameras. Samsung calls these displays "Dynamic AMOLED" (due to the HDR support, probably) and "Infinity-O Display" due to the camera cut-outs.
Samsung's S10 smartphones feature a Snapdragon 855 (or Exynos 9820) chipset, 8/12 GB of RAM, 128/256/512/1024 GB of storage, microSD slot (except on the 5G) and four cameras on the back (the S10G sports a dual selfie camera as well).
6.1/6.4/6.7 inch 3040x1440 Super AMOLED