The Samsung Galaxy S10 takes on the iPhone XS in Apple’s iPhone lineup with its specs and pricing. However, Samsung phones are known to get some pretty sweet discounts within weeks of their launch and a similar story is going to play out here as well. This means the Galaxy S10 will end up giving the iPhone XR a run for its money. And that makes for an interesting comparison.
Following Apple’s footsteps, Samsung has also released three different variants of its flagship handset — the Galaxy S10 — this time around. With the cheapest S10 in its lineup, the Galaxy S10e, Samsung is taking on Apple’s iPhone XR. How does it fare to Apple’s ‘budget’ offering? What’s the difference between the two? Find out in this comparison.
While the Galaxy S10 series is yet to be officially unveiled by Samsung, detailed leaks over the last couple of weeks have left little for one’s imagination. So, based on these leaks, how do the Galaxy S10 specs compare to the iPhone XS?
When Apple launched the iPhone XS and iPhone XR this year, it made quite a big deal about its Smart HDR algorithm which is aimed at improving the overall dynamic range, contrast, and details in photos. However, as we saw in a blind camera comparison by YouTuber MKBHD, when photos are posted on social media websites, most people tend to prefer the brighter looking photo.
The world of phone imaging is settling somewhat in late 2018, with such immense processing power available in today’s chipsets that camera software can process multiple images almost in real time. Typically, many shots will be taken for a single photo and then these will be combined using ‘computational photography’. Throw in the ready availability of telephoto and wide angle lenses, with software again managing any parallax issues from having multiple cameras side by side, and we’ve never been able to take such high-quality images on our smartphones.
Here I take the top three contenders, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Apple iPhone Xs Max and Google Pixel 3, and push them to the limits in terms of subject matter, lighting, and zoom.
Apple yesterday unveiled its new MacBook Air lineup featuring faster internals, a Retina Display, and connectivity options that are more suitable for a 2018 laptop. The MacBook Air was always a consumer favorite so there’s a lot riding on the refreshed model. If you are wondering how the 2018 MacBook Air is different from the outgoing model though, read our comparison below.
Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro lineup is a radical departure from the company’s previous iPad Pro lineup. Not only does it come with faster internals but Apple has also given the exterior a major revamp.
Should You Upgrade from iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to iPhone XR? A Decision Calculator
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were revolutionary back in the day and managed to create quite a stir with their beautiful new design and big displays. Apple then followed it up with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus the following year with improved cameras and faster chips. However, the iPhone 6 and 6s series is old now, with their internals showing their age. If as an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s owner, you are wondering whether you should upgrade to the iPhone XR or not, check out our decision calculator.
Apple is not going to release an updated version of the iPhone SE. So, if you are still using your old 4-inch totting iPhone SE, its time for you to look elsewhere. If you are wondering whether the jump from the iPhone SE to iPhone XR is going to be the right upgrade for you or not, check out our decision calculator.