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Images Category. Xiaomi Corporation. Categories : Android operating system devices Samsung mobile phones Smartphones Mobile phones introduced in Samsung Galaxy Mobile phones with multiple rear cameras Mobile phones with 4K video recording. I also recommend scanning four fingers so you have backups. I used my right thumb twice, my left thumb once and my right index finger.
This fingerprint scanner is a big deal because it's the first to use Qualcomm's ultrasonic technology. That means it's using sound waves to get a 3D image of your print. It's billed as much more secure than an optical sensor, which essentially takes a 2D photo of your finger.
When I squeezed an oily and delicious churro between my fingers and then tried to unlock the phone, I mismatched 20 times straight. Turns out, there is a limit. One other note: There's no more iris scanning, which had been a signature feature since the Galaxy S7. That's an odd move for Samsung, which is typically a fan of More Features. You will still have Android's built-in face unlock, but I don't recommend using it because it isn't secure enough for mobile payments.
You can use it if you'd like something fast and convenient, but I'll stick with security. It's now trailing the iPhone in this feature by two years, which is something Samsung really, really hates to do. Now, without iris scanning, the brand has no facial recognition feature it can point to that's secure enough for mobile payments the Face Unlock option built into Android is not.
Rumor has it that Android Q , the next version of Google's software, will fold a secure Face Unlock into the code, but we haven't seen that in the Android Q betas yet. The Galaxy S10 Plus has an Infinity-O "notch" that's really a hole cut in the display to make room for two cameras. Its oval shape attracts more attention than the single lens of the Galaxy S10 and S10E, but I'm not really a stickler about notches anyway. More to the point is the feeling of having a large screen with slim bezels.
Most of the time, it sort of blends into the background, not calling too much attention to itself. But when the screen is brightly lit, like with a white background, the asymmetry of a pill-shape cut-out becomes more noticeable.
I wonder if the Infinity-U display, like the one Samsung put on the midrange Galaxy A50 and A30 , would look better, though it'd also look more like an eyebrow-style notch than this. The solution to the all-screen dilemma may be out there yet.
The screen itself is gorgeous, with a 6. Outdoor readability is fantastic. When I wake up in the middle of the night and read the phone to fall back asleep, the screen is actually too bright, even with the brightness turned low and the blue-light filter on. Heck, it's even too bright using Android's Wind Down mode that shifts colors to grayscale.
After two years of complaints, Samsung has listened to fans and released some software to let you remap the Bixby button to open another app. The capability has always existed -- even Galaxy S Active phones of a few years back let you set your convenience key -- but Samsung was reticent.
Better you should learn to love Bixby, it reasoned. That's why it's nice to see Samsung do the right thing here. There are two words to describe the One UI design: big and bubbly. Icons are large, flat circles that take a while to get used to since many of the designs have changed, from the color of the Gallery icon to the shape of the Galaxy Notes app.
I mean it: these icons are huge. Using them on the home screen made me feel like a kid. I immediately switched to a smaller icon size therefore, a larger app grid on the home screen to fit in more of my go-to apps without digging through folders or swiping extra screens.
Even though I like my screen icons smaller, seeing the larger icons in the app drawer was fine -- they are easier targets to hit. I also liked that some larger app menus and "cards" are easier to read without craning your neck or squinting. This is especially noticeable in Bixby Home, which you access by swiping to the left of the home screen. I was impressed with the IFTTT-like flexibility to set up routines, and the presets are easy enough for novices to get their feet wet. For example, I set up a morning routine that starts at 6 a.
I've been testing the Galaxy S10 Plus while also using it to cover the MWC conference in Spain, so I haven't had a set routine to really dig into how well this works. That's difficult when bedtimes and wake-up alarms are erratic, and when you can't set a real "home" to use as a baseline test. I'll be able to take a deeper dive once I'm settled back in San Francisco.
Gesture navigation : Navigation buttons are turned on by default, but you can unlock even more screen space by turning on gesture navigation in the quick settings menu. Turn it on and the bottom of the display expands, leaving you with three horizontal dashes in place of the buttons. To navigate, you lightly flick up to use them they "bounce" back down. It's not a difficult adjustment, and it's always nice to have alternatives. Young kids, that is.
Older ones would roll their eyes and scoff, then find out the password and change all your language settings. I love this feature, which will charge any other Qi-enabled device when you place it on the Galaxy S10's back. Samsung isn't the first to implement this, but it's a real asset, especially for topping up accessories, or giving your friend's phone a boost.
Wireless charging isn't as fast or efficient as wired charging, but this does allow you to leave more cables at home, especially for short jaunts. I can see a scenario where you charge your phone overnight and charge up a second device on top of it.
Your phone will automatically turn it off when your phone hits 30 percent. Since battery life is so good, that should be plenty to get you through the rest of your day. Note that Wireless PowerShare won't work if you have under 30 percent battery life remaining. I've already used this naturally twice. The night I got the S10 Plus, I needed to use the new wireless power-sharing feature when I noticed that my Galaxy S9 Plus was down to 7 percent and going to die while I was still setting up the new phone.
I was at dinner, with my cables in my hotel room, and hey, this is exactly what the feature's meant for. So I turned it on and flipped it over and watched my battery climb back up to a barely healthy 13 percent. Since the phones were back to back, with the Galaxy S9 Plus facing up, I could still tap and type away, as long as I was careful not to shift its position on the Galaxy S10 Plus' back.
I'm happy with this one. My battery drained from 57 percent to 30 percent, but he got from the low double digits back up to 30 percent, and both our phones still had hours of life to go. Testing a camera is a massive undertaking in itself, and Samsung has added a lot of elements. There are three cameras on the S10 Plus' back megapixel, megapixel telephoto, megapixel ultrawide-angle and two on the front and 8-megapixel, respectively.
Photo quality is very good overall, but I have some complaints about low-light mode in a section below. We'll have plenty of deep dive camera shootouts and comparisons in the coming days, but here's my general assessment for now.
Let's start with this handy chart to compare the cameras on the S10 Plus to the other S10 phones. Three cameras, three views : You can take a photo using any of the three lenses just by tapping the on-screen icon. I mainly shoot with the standard megapixel lens, switching to the telephoto to go close up 2x on a faraway detail, like the statue on top of a fountain, or to the ultrawide lens to fit more of my friends or the scene into the shot.
Ultrawide angle has a degree field of view, so it does distort the image slightly and you might notice that your friends look a little stretched. Better portrait mode shots : Called Live Focus, portrait mode photos get a three more effects on the Galaxy S In addition to the regular blur slider, you can also apply spot color, and effects called "Zoom" and "Spin.
There are still minor issues. Spot color doesn't always work smoothly and flyaway hairs can still get blurred out in these portrait shots, but images are nice on the whole, and the effects can be striking. Unlike last year's Galaxy S9 , the S10 only saves the Live Focus shot, not the portrait mode and standard photo. Turn up the intensity and the Spot Color portrait mode effect Live Focus adds drama with a vignette. Scene optimizer : The S10's camera AI can recognize 30 scenes and autoadjust settings to improve the pic.
You can tap the on-screen control to turn it on and off, especially if you don't like the preset result. Note that you won't be able to use the dedicated night mode with scene optimizer turned off. Shot Suggestions : This is a menu setting that will guide you to line up the shot and focus area, then automatically take the photo when it's all aligned. I liked it when taking photos of buildings and street scenes, because it meant I didn't have to hold the phone with one hand and press the shutter with the other.
Other times, the feature took more photos than I wanted, or took them before I was ready. You have to keep going back into the menu to turn it on and off if you sometimes want more control. An on-screen toggle would make this much more convenient. The playback isn't totally smooth, and the quality isn't as good as shaving a GIF from a video, but it's easy to do and gets the point across for a quick tweet. If you have an account, you can flip it on to use the same filters and post directly to Instagram without leaving the app.
I got the perfect opportunity to test this on a troupe of guys tumbling on the pavement outside Barcelona's main cathedral. HEIF is hailed for its space-saving abilities. Like last year's Galaxy S9, all the S10 phones have a megapixel dual aperture lens. That means the aperture automatically adjusts from f2. The S10 phones also get a new Bright Night Shot mode that aims to take clearer, brighter photos in very low light conditions.
Unlike the Pixel 3's Night Sight and the P30 Pro's dedicated nighttime mode, Bright Night Shot is integrated into the native camera and kicks itself into gear as long as Scene Optimizer is toggled on. While I like that it's integrated, it also means you have less control over when the feature comes into play. The only indication it's on is the tiny icon of a crescent moon, and maybe an on-screen tip to hold the camera steady a while longer. I had to work pretty hard to find conditions that brought me that crescent moon icon.
Oftentimes, even in a very dark bar, the scene optimizer algorithm chose other settings, like people, architecture and so on. When I finally got one that worked -- a shot of some street lights, there was only one real difference between the two shots.
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