- Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is still a worthwhile option for those who want a new phone but are looking to spend less than $1,000.
- The Galaxy S10, despite being a year old, still has a great camera and many of the same features as the Galaxy S20, like an in-screen fingerprint sensor, a sharp ultra-wide-angle camera, and a crisp borderless screen.
- The main features that distinguish the Galaxy S20, which just launched on Friday, from its predecessor are its support for 5G, its larger, upgraded camera sensors, its extra memory, and a screen that can reach a higher refresh rate.
- If you don’t care about 5G connectivity, especially since the network is only currently available in select areas of the US, and are looking for a phone that can take high-quality photos but don’t necessarily care about having a super-premium camera, than the Galaxy S10 is worth considering.
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Samsung’s Galaxy S20 just launched on Friday, but don’t underestimate last year’s Galaxy S10.
Although the Galaxy S20 brings new features like an improved camera with a 64-megapixel telephoto camera — and a 108-megapixel wide-angle camera on the Ultra model — there are plenty of reasons to consider the Galaxy S10. Even though it doesn’t have the newest camera, it still has an impressive triple-lens setup capable of taking rich and clear photos.
It also lacks other improvements like a screen with a higher refresh rate and more RAM, both of which should make the phone feel a bit faster. But even without these upgrades, the Galaxy S10 performs just as quickly and smoothly as you probably need it to.
Here’s a closer look at why you should consider choosing the older, cheaper Galaxy S10 over the Galaxy S20.
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