The face unlock feature on Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series has turned out to be highly insecure. As the below video shows, it can be easily fooled by simply holding one’s photo or by playing a video containing the owner’s face in front of the device.
We have already seen the Galaxy S10+ beat the iPhone XS Max in a speed test. Now, the phone has managed to repeat its impressive performance in the battery life department as well.
Last week, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship handsets — the Galaxy S10 series. Similar to the iPhone XS series, the S10 series is powered by a 7nm Snapdragon 855 or an 8nm Exynos 9820 chipset. This makes the phones a powerhouse. But how does it compare to the iPhone XS and Apple’s 7nm A12 Bionic chip?
Samsung’s newest flagship, the Galaxy S10+, has managed to beat the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in DxOMark’s camera testing. That stands true for both, the front and rear camera performance. In the rear camera performance, the Galaxy S10+ sits right at the top alongside the Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro. And for the front camera, it sets a new benchmark beating the likes of Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 9.
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?
Samsung will be launching its first foldable smartphone alongside the Galaxy S10 in March after initially unveiling the latter in February. The company will also launch a 5G variant of its next flagship device.