The Galaxy S10 looks and feels just like its bigger brother, with the exception that it is smaller and features a single punch-hole camera on the front. The punch-hole on the S10 is less noticeable than on the bigger model due to the smaller and circular cutout in the display.
Samsung claims it is the first smartphone display to be HDR10+-certified, guaranteeing vivid colours. It has dynamic tone mapping for better colour fidelity. DisplayMate has ranked it as the finest smartphone display in the market right now, as it has with every Galaxy flagship’s display. The colour fidelity of the display, according to the review site, is particularly impressive.
Both the Galaxy S10 and S10+ have similar back camera hardware. It has a 12MP f/1.5-2.4 Dual Aperture main lens with PDAF and OIS, a 16MP F2.2 ultra-wide lens with a 123-degree field of view, and a 12MP F2.4 telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom. The rear cameras can record 4K and HDR10+ movies, which complements the display’s HDR10+ capabilities.
The front camera arrangement is where the ordinary S10 differs from the Galaxy S10+ in terms of photography capability. Because the standard model lacks the S108 +’s MP f/2.2 depth sensor, its Live Focus function, Samsung’s term for bokeh effect, may be inferior to its larger brother. However, the primary selfie camera is the same 10MP f/1.9 Dual Pixel Auto Focus camera featured on other S10 variants.