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?
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Apple enjoys tutorial videos, especially those that aim to help people get the most out of the cameras in their iPhones.
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.
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Apple sold a lot of iPhones in the fourth quarter of 2018, but there is no denying the company would have been happier had it sold more.
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?
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Apple is a fan of showing off the features of its iPhone lineup in quick videos, and it has added yet another one to the growing library.
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