Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Australia – Release Date, Features, and Specs
It’s not deniable that Samsung had always been amazing with its Galaxy “S-Series” as S-Series by Samsung had always surprised smartphone lovers worldwide with a decent amount of most amazing and entirely baked features of all times. The newly-announced Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus in Australia is already making much hype in the market of Australia. It’s a premium flagship smartphone that tops all digital offerings from Samsung. Its massive screen and sleek and standout design are significant features that are separating it from its siblings named S10 and Samsung S10e.
The handset redefines what a “phablet” is in 2019 with eye-catching 6.4-inches Dynamic AMOLED screen, bezel-less design and Infinity-O display alongside a punch hole to house front-facing cameras. Readout our Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Review Australia to find precisely what you are looking for.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Release Date
March 8th, 2019 is all set to be an official Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Release Date in Australia. The pre-orders have already been started which means one can pre-order S10 Plus with immediate effects from numerous online stores and retailers all over Australia.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Price
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Price in Australia is higher as compared to last year’s S9 Plus and it makes sense as smartphone prices have risen consistently over the last few years. The handset is priced AU$1499 for 8GB/128GB variant whereas 512GB variant set users back AU$1489.
The Ultimate Performance Edition with a hefty 12GB of RAM and 1TB of onboard memory goes for a whopping AU$2399.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Specs
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Specifications include an impressive 6.4-inches display based on Dynamic AMOLED Technology, latest Android Pie 9.0 OS, 8GB of RAM, up to 1TB of onboard memory, 3 rear cameras, and 2 front cameras. Other S10 Plus Specs are as follow:
- Dimensions: 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm
- Weight: 175 grams
- Display Size: 6.4-inches Dynamic AMOLED
- Display Resolution: 1440 x 3040 Pixels
- Operating System: Android Pie 9.0
- Chipset: Exynos 9820 Octa
- GPU: Mali-G76 MP12
- Rear Cameras: 12MP + 12MP + 16MP
- Front Camera: 10MP + 8MP
- RAM and ROM: 8GB with 128GB/512GB and 12GB with 1TB
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS and NFC
- Sensors: On-screen Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Gyro, Proximity, Compass, Barometer and Heart Rate
- Battery: 4100mAh non-removable
- Colors: Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, and Flamingo Pink
The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is equivalent to or equal to WQHD+ (3040x 1,440) resolution with 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display. It is 0.1-inches bigger than the S9 Plus but 0.1-inch smaller than the Note 9 in terms of size. If you want to save light or tweak the display color between Vivid and Natural, the resolution can be reduced to FHD+ (2280x 1080) and HD+ (1520x 720).
The Galaxy S10 Plus has one of the most vibrant and richest screens on the market that is ideal for those who like to watch a video or play games. It even has a video booster to increase sharpness, vibration, and color.
The rear of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is well-equipped with three rear cameras - positioned horizontally. This new system includes a 12-Megapixel camera with OIS, an ultra-wide sensor and a variable aperture between f/1.5 and f/2.4 (like on a Galaxy S9 Plus). A 12-Megapixel sensor is partnered with a 16-megapixel f/2.2 sensor as well as a 12-Megapixel telephoto lens with an aperture of f/2.4. Samsung has now made possible wide-angle shots of 0,5x as shown on the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, and 2x optical zoom using the new triple camera.
Fortunately, the double front - facing came 8-Megapixel + 10-Megapixel, making it hard to hold rancor against the design, allowing brilliant Live Focus photos.
The photos themselves come out impressive, in a quality way. Colors are rich, contrasting and details are abundant. The dynamic range, especially in lit scenarios, is phenomenal. This ultra-wide-angle lens is cool to use which feels like it should be a standard in smartphones moving forward.
Onboard Components and Performance
The Samsung Exynos 9820, the most powerful mobile chipset of the company to date, works as a brain for S10 Plus. It has a three-cluster architecture with a CPU made from two fourth-gen custom cores, two Cortex-A75 cores, and four Cortex-A55 cores. It is produced using an 8 nm FinFET process. It delivers 15% improved multi-core performance compared to the 10nm Exynos 9810.
The Mali-G76 MP12 GPU also provides 40% efficiency improvement or 35% power efficiency improvements in comparison with the Mali G72 MP18 GPU Exynos 9810's as well as an integrated NPU for AI and AR tasks.
The S10 Plus houses a hefty 8GB or 12GB of RAM, much more than a standard user would want, but at least you can make sure you can handle any tasks, including gaming.
OS, UI, and Apps
Samsung's new One UI based Android Pie 9.0 software is being offered in Galaxy S10 Plus. The interface is clean and user-friendly with features such as Focus Blocks to display key information, separated views and interaction zones for convenient, one-hand use and Night Mode.
It comes with a number of pre-installed apps including Samsung, Google, and Microsoft, just like the previous Galaxy devices. Perhaps no will mind these apps as these are essential whereas others are there for productivity purposes. Storage shouldn't be a problem as one can take storage to the next level - thanks to its microSD card slot that helps to expand storage up to 512GB.
Battery and Connectivity
The S10 Plus is the largest smartphone with 4,100mAh battery power. Samsung boasts its adaptive power management system that allows the S10 Plus to optimize battery use automatically based on the applications used. It also has an AI Power Saving mode, which activates and disables automatically based on your situation. Samsung has claimed that it's capable enough to last a whole day of use with enough juice left to last through the night.
The S10 Plus offers, as expected, all the connectivity capabilities of a flagship phone. It includes dual SIM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS support and NFC support. It also comes with LTE-Advanced Pro, which supports LTE Cat.20, offering down line speeds of up to 2.0 Gbps and uplink speed of up to 316Mbps with an 8x carrier aggregation (CA).
The story isn’t over yet as Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is indeed a flagship smartphone in every sense of a word but at an eye-watering price tag. It’s well-equipped with a plethora of features and boldly built. A 6.4-inches screen is the same as Samsung Galaxy Note 9 but an on-screen notch and bezel-less bumped a screen-to-bot ratio – a cool plus. The Wireless PowerShare and invisible Fingerprint Scanner features are top techs. The captured images, based on sources, are full of details and colorful making it a first and foremost choice – but again, you will have to leave a solid dent in your wallet.
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