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Off the back of our release date article for the Samsung Galaxy 22 Ultra, we are now receiving multiple reports of new renders of the handset based on a South Korean-based leaker thanks to LetsGoDigital and render artist Technizio Concept. Here’s the full video:

Credit: Technizo Concept/LetsGoDigital

Dutch website LetsGoDigital and South Korean leaker Super Roader, a former Samsung Electronics employee in their wireless division, have collaborated on some top-secret Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra specification information. Whist said information hasn’t been made public, it’s not stopped them from employing Technizo Concept to produce some high-quality renders of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. Spoiler alert; it looks beautiful.

What other Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra information do we have?

There’s plenty of speculation about the rear camera array right now which has an overall consensus on a ‘P-Shaped’ configuration. What we didn’t expect was a lack of camera bump, or island as the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is shaping up to have two telephoto cameras with 3x and 10x optical zoom, 108 MP ultra-wide lense but will apparently sit (more or less) flush within the handset. There’s a 40MP front-facing camera too, which is an absolute powerhouse. All four rear cameras have motion blur detection and a laser autofocus lens integrated also. We haven’t seen this in a flagship handset for a very long time, certainly not one with optical zoom capabilities.

We know that these renders aren’t official, but we wish they were.

We only have to look at the budget-focused Galaxy A32 for a good idea of Samsungs preferred camera configuration, which may become a feature for all future Galaxy models. This ‘waterdrop’ design also saves on weight, which will be a big focus for Samsung considering the S21 weighed in at 228 grams and ultimately looks a lot better.

Arriving in burgundy red, black, and white, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra will in fact be the model name. LetsGoDigital confirmed Samsung is dropping the ‘Note’ brand in favor of a uniform Samsung Galaxy S22 line, at least according to their reliable sources anyway. The handset will however have a built-in stylus that is accessible to the bottom left of the device, which seems to have taken up all the room for any SD card storage. It’s not the best news, but lack of expandable storage is becoming a trend with leading handsets.

Will everything fit inside the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra? That’s a big S-Pen.

The appearance of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is also taking a view of visual cues from the now-defunct Note line too. Sharper angles and smaller curves on bezels bring that 6.8-inch screen into a smart yet sleek design. Design choice should leak into the modified Android 12 build of One UI 4, hopefully bringing some ‘material you’ user interface features from the vanilla build.

In Europe, leaker Ice Universe has stated the upcoming Galaxy S-Series handsets will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 2200 with AMD RDNA 2 GPU, which is a bold move for Samsung to being their chip manufacturing in-house. Other parts of the world will most likely see a Qualcomm Snapdragon 895 SoC configuration. The S22 has now received 3C certification in China, which covered the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for 25W wireless charging, but it should be capable of 45W wireless charging a 5,000 mAh battery at launch.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus Review: The All

About this Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus review: I tested the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus review unit over a period of seven days. It was running Android 12 on the January 2023 security patch with Samsung One UI 4.1. The unit was provided by Samsung for this review.

Update, July 2023: We’ve updated this review with new alternatives and software information.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus (8GB/128GB): $999 / £949 / €1,059 / CA$1,399.99 / Rs. 84,999

Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus (8GB/256GB): $1,049 / £999 / €1,109 / CA$1,469.99 / Rs. 88,999

Armor Aluminum, Gorilla Glass Victus Plus

157.4 x 78.5 x 7.6mm


Ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader


Stereo speakers

Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, Pink Gold, (Graphite, Cream, Sky Blue, Violet — online only)

6.6 inches, Dynamic AMOLED 2x

2,340 x 1,080 resolution


19.5:9 aspect ratio, 120Hz refresh rate

There’s no question it’s one of the brightest phone screens I’ve ever viewed.

The S22 Plus’ killer feature is called Vision Boost. You can thank the Dynamic AMOLED 2X lighting for this feature, which provides brightness levels of up to a whopping 1,750 nits. This incredible brightness (the same as the S22 Ultra) allows you to use the phone outdoors under direct sunlight with total ease. There’s no question it’s one of the brightest phone screens I’ve ever viewed. It comes across as more vivid and dynamic when compared to the iPhone 13, Pixel 6, and older Samsung models. It’s a video monster.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Adreno 730


128GB / 256GB non-expandable storage

What about those pesky benchmarks? We ran the phone through the gauntlet, including 3DMark, AnTuTu, and GeekBench, and the phone put up solid numbers, but they weren’t quite the chart-topping figures that we were expecting. The CPU numbers achieved by the S22 Plus often only equaled those of Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100-based devices. Meanwhile, Apple’s A15 Bionic, in the iPhone 13 Pro, beat the pants off of the 8 Gen 1 on CPU scores.

Battery: Better than ultra

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45W wired charging

15W wireless charging

Wireless Power Share

The Galaxy S22 Plus delivered noticeably better battery life than the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

On an average day with the S22 Plus, I scored a respectable screen-on time of about seven hours. That’s a bit more than what I got with the S22 Ultra. Further, the phone was ending the day with more left in the tank — closer to 40% than the Ultra’s 30%. That allowed me to use the phone through the morning of the following day before requiring a recharge. In sum, the Galaxy S22 Plus delivered noticeably better battery life than its larger stablemate despite the difference in battery capacities.

Like the Ultra, the S22 Plus charges at a maximum of 45W via a USB Power Delivery PPS-compatible charger. Samsung doesn’t ship a charger in the box, so you’ll have to pick one up on your own. Using a Samsung 45W charger we saw excellent charging times for the S22 Plus. It typically topped up from 0% to 100% in just over 50 minutes, and easily reached the 50% mark in just 25 minutes. That’s not the fastest we’ve seen, but it’s fast enough for most people.

Wireless charging is limited to 15W, the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Our 18W Qi wireless pad needed a solid 90 minutes to recharge the Galaxy S22 Plus from zero, which is a significant improvement over the wireless charging time required for the S22 Ultra’s larger battery. There’s also reverse wireless charging available at a pokey 4.5W. It’s slow-going to recharge accessories such as smartwatches, but the S22 Plus is on par with the competition in this respect.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus won’t net you two days of battery life, but it easily outlasted the S22 Ultra by reaching lunch of the second day. For many users, that should be plenty adequate, and you can always give it a boost with a few new charging accessories.

Camera: Keeping up with the family

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50MP, Dual Pixel AF, OIS, (f/1.8, 1.0μm)

12MP ultrawide, (f/2.2, 1.4μm, 120-degree FoV)

10MP telephoto, 3x optical zoom, OIS (f/2.4, 1.0μm)

10MP front camera, (f/2.2, 0.7µm, 80-degree FoV)

4K video up to 60fps, 8K up to 24fps

The megapixel count may be different, but the results from the main camera are practically identical to those of the S22 Ultra. That is to say, shots taken in a variety of settings show solid focus with proper white balance and good exposure. Samsung’s treatment of color continues to be a bit more oversaturated than competing devices, but the company has dialed things back so the results aren’t too ostentatious. HDR worked well in the majority of shots and, most importantly, the images mostly match what my eyes saw in the real world.

The telephoto camera has an optical range of 3x compared to the main camera, as you can see from the photos above. I think the most important aspect of these images is the uniformity of exposure and color with the main camera. There’s still plenty of detail in these shots and the zooming action didn’t introduce too much noise, either.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra has a second, dedicated 10x zoom telephoto lens that the S22 Plus does not share. The sample images at 10x zoom, like the 3x shots, still show color uniformity and carry over a pleasing amount of details. You will see more noise in these images, however, and they’re not quite as sharp.

The 12MP ultrawide does a fine job. It pulls things out to a focal length that is 0.6x that of the main lens. There’s clearly some optical distortion in these images, which reach a 120-degree field of view, but that’s part of the fun of ultrawide cameras. They certainly give you a different perspective. Again, the color tone matches the other cameras and there’s still lots of detail, good exposure, and little noise.

In the series above you can see the entire focal range of the Galaxy S22 Plus, which can run from ultrawide through 30x Super Zoom (a combination of digital zoom and Samsung’s AI Super Resolution technology). The photos through about the 10x setting are totally usable, but the 20x and 30x images are beginning to look a bit rough. As you can see, however, the S22 Plus provides users with an excellent amount of focal range that allows for lots of creativity when snapping pics.

The S22 Plus is able to take portraits from both the main camera and the telephoto camera. The above series shows you what a standard photo looks like from the main camera followed by a 1x portrait and then a 3x portrait. The bokeh in the 1x portrait is subtle and the focal depth leaves enough room that both figures appear to be in focus. The bokeh in the 3x portrait is far more aggressive, which means Washington’s head stands out more. One thing to note: the S22 Plus produced better exposure in this series than the S22 Ultra did.

Here is a series of selfies and self-portraits, taken during the day and at night. The daytime photos are decent all around, with good focus, exposure, and detail. The night shots are a lot softer and much grainier. One thing to point out, the default “single person” selfie view provides images that are only 6.5MP in size. You have to use the “multi-person” view (or wide-angle selfie) to get the full 10MP from the front camera.

How does the S22 Plus camera fare at night? It does a fairly decent job most of the time. Critically, the exposures, color, and details are more or less identical to the results of the S22 Ultra. That suggests Samsung’s software is doing a good job. That’s not to say the photos are perfect. For example, despite giving the lenses a fresh coating meant to help reduce glare in nighttime shots, you can see plenty of it from the lights in the pictures above. The bottom three photos are all the same scene taken with the three different cameras. Again, even at night, the consistency across the photos is impressive.

Android 12

One UI 4.1

Four years of OS updates, five years of security updates

The Galaxy S22 Plus offers a smooth, well-supported, feature-packed Android experience.

Samsung gave the Galaxy S22 Plus a powerful selection of software, features, and controls. While it doesn’t include the S Pen functionality of the S22 Ultra, the S22 Plus is still one of the most capable Android smartphones in the market and shouldn’t be ignored even by power users.

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus is one of the best phones in the market right now.

That’s not to say everything is perfect. Samsung cheaped out a bit on the memory and storage options, particularly when you consider there’s no expandable storage. The speakers could be better, too.

In the long run, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus is one of the best phones in the market. It may not boast the extravagance of the Galaxy S22 Ultra with its quirky S Pen, but it’s not trying to. The Galaxy S22 Plus stands firmly on its own ground with its own strengths and its own identity, making it the top Android phone from 2023 for those who don’t need a stylus.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus top questions and answers

Yes, the S22 Plus is IP68 rated, meaning it will survive in up to 1.5m of water for up to 30 minutes.

No, the Galaxy S22 Plus does not come with a charger in the box. Check out our guide for the best options.

No, the Galaxy S22 Plus does not expandable storage, which means you have to think carefully about which variant to get. You can choose between 128GB and 256GB models.

The S22 Ultra has a larger screen with a higher resolution, a slightly better camera system, and a larger battery. It can also be had with more RAM and storage — see our detailed comparison here.

The main differences are that the S22 Plus has a larger display, a bigger battery, and supports faster charging (45W vs 25W).

There are seven colors to choose from: Phantom Black, Phantom White, Green, Pink Gold, Cream Graphite, Sky Blue, and Violet. However, the last three are online exclusives on Samsung’s official store.

No. Unlike the Galaxy S22 Ultra, the S22 Plus has a flat display.

Yes, the Galaxy S22 Plus supports both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G technology.

Yes, the Galaxy S22 Plus is among the best — if not the best — phones in its class.

Samsung Galaxy S22 And Galaxy Tab S8 Series Leaked In Full Glory

Samsung recently announced its February 9 Unpacked event, which will welcome the highly rumored Galaxy S22 phones and the Galaxy Tab S8 series. While we have heard a lot about these Samsung products in the past, the latest leak reveals almost everything we can expect from these devices. Here’s a look at the details.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Details Leaked

A Twitter user Dohyum Kim has leaked the presentation material, which reveals all the details for the Galaxy S22 phones and the Galaxy Tab S8 series. You can check out the press material from the link in the tweet attached below. However, if you don’t wish to go through a long presentation deck, we have compiled the key points in this article. So keep reading.

As expected, the Galaxy S22 series will include three phones: the Galaxy S22, the Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. While the regular S22 and the S22+ will look a lot like the Galaxy S21 and S21+, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will come with a Note-like design with an S Pen that will have 3 times improved latency and a dedicated slot. This is similar to what we have heard before. Also, the Galaxy S22 Ultra will include a dedicated S Pen slot, acting as a bridge between the S- and Note series.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra is likely to house a 108MP main camera with OIS, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and 2 10MP telephoto lenses. A 40MP front snapper is also expected. It will be backed by a 5,000mAh battery and run One UI 4.0 based on Android 12.

The Galaxy S22 and S22+ will most share specs, except for screen sizes and batteries. The S22 might sport a 6.1-inch Full HD+ AMOLED 2X screen and a 3,700mAh battery, while the S22+ might get a 6.6-inch display and 4,500mAh battery. Both phones are said to come with up to 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and Exynos 2200/ Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset variants. For them, there will be three rear cameras, including, a 50MP main camera with OIS, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, and a 10MP telephoto lens, along with a 10MP front camera.

Other attractions include various camera features, 45W fast charging, Wi-Fi 6E, 5G support, and more.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Series Leaked Too

As for the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup, three models are expected, namely the Galaxy Tab S8, the Tab S8+, and the Tab S8 Ultra. The standard model will include an 11-inch display, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, up to 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, S Pen support, dual rear cameras (13MP, 6MP), a 12MP front snapper, and an 8,000mAh battery. The Tab S8+ packs a bigger 12.4-inch display and a 10,090mAh battery, both of which act as the only differences.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series is also expected to come with better multitasking features, improved data sharing features, app shortcuts, and more. Since we are yet to get official confirmation on these details, it’s best to wait until the February 9 event to get a better idea.

Featured Image Courtesy: YouTube/ Concept Creator

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max – how do these premium smartphones compare?

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra release date is just around the corner, and since its big reveal on February 1st at the Galaxy Unpacked event we now know the specs and features that this new high-end smartphone comes with. Both the S23 Ultra and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are respective companies’ top flagship devices, and it is time to see which one comes out on top.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra cameras vs Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max cameras

In terms of camera hardware, it would seem that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will have a substantial lead over the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

This year, Samsung’s biggest upgrade is the addition of the new 200MP ISOCELL HP2 primary camera sensor with 0.6-micron pixels to the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The company specially designed this custom sensor for the Ultra model. 8K 30 FPS video has been introduced for the rear camera, as well as the 4K60 FPS video for front and rear cameras.

The new sensor on the Samsung S23 Ultra takes great low-light photos. The pixel size goes up to 1.12 microns, allowing users to snap 50MP images with increased light sensitivity. Samsung improved the night-light images by introducing a 2.4-micron virtual pixel by combining 16 pixels into one, resulting in photos taken at 12.5MP. According to Samsung, this new method allows users to take sharp photos when light exposure is low.

Apple has also made some changes this year. The company has finally dropped the 12MP camera and replaced it with a 48MP sensor. It is a significant upgrade for the iPhones but no match to what Samsung offers. 

The final nail in the coffin for the iPhone 14 Pro Max is the Ultra Stabilization video recording mode. According to Samsung, it is on par with Apple’s Action Camera Mode, new Ultra Stabilization video recording mode, and more.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max processor 

When it comes to processing power, it seems Samsung will struggle to win against Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max’s A16 Bionic chip, at least in terms of single core performance, but multicore performance could be a lot closer. Apple’s latest Bionic chip provides impressive performance, way ahead of what Android is currently offering, including Samsung.

Previously, Samsung used Qualcomm chips for the U.S. and Asia variants and Exynos for the Europe variants. This year though, Samsung has stopped producing the Exynos variants of its flagship smartphones. Although Samsung’s upgraded version of Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is a decent performer, it’s unlikely the upgrade will give it a sufficient boost to beat Apple.

We haven’t yet had chance to see tests of this latest model, but we can use the regular Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 to get some idea. In terms of Geekbench scores, the A16 Bionic just flattens the regular Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 reference model in Single-Core performance. Apple also takes home the win for Multi-Core results, but the difference is minor.

The upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 ‘galaxy’ variant might end up performing on par when it comes to multicore, but its unlikely to get enough of a boost to beat Apple in single-core performance.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max storage & memory 

The iPhone Pro Max features four storage variants: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. The S23 Ultra also has similar storage variants, so, it’s a draw.

But the S23 Ultra beats the 14 Pro Max in terms of memory. iPhone 14 Pro Max only has a single 6GB variant, while the S23 Ultra will have two different memory variants: 8GB and 12GB. 

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra screen vs Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max screen  

The iPhone 14 Pro Max uses the same 6.7-inch AMOLED display as its previous generation. It also has a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and Super Retina XDR resolution with 460ppi. It is an impressive display, bright (up to 2,000 nits) and with accurate colors. 

Samsung has kept a similar display to the S22 Ultra with a 6.8-inch, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate and QHD resolution, though the nits have increased to 1,750 and it now has new Ultra Dynamic Range features. It comes with 501ppi.

All things considered then, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a slight edge in terms of brightness, but the the S23 is a bit better in terms of resolution and screen size.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max battery life & charging

The Galaxy S series smartphones have never really matched up to Apple’s phones when it comes to battery life, and though there is some improvement with the S23 Ultra, it still doesn’t compare. The S23 Ultra comes with a 5,000mAh battery like the S22 Ultra did, but increased efficiency with the latest Snapdragon chip has improved battery life by around an hour (nothing earth-shattering, but we’ll take it).

The iPhone 14 Pro Max comes with a 4,323 mAh battery and manages around 19 hours of battery life, which is huge. In contrast, the S23 Ultra only manages around 13 hours, which is still okay.

The S23 does have the edge when it comes to charging, with 45W wired charging and 15W wireless charging (just like the S22 Ultra) Apple’s phone comes with 27W wired charging and the same 15W wireless charging feature.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra price vs iPhone 14 Pro Max price

Apple has kept the price of the iPhone the same as last year’s. So, the iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at $1,099 (128GB). 

The Galaxy S23 Ultra starts at $1,199.99 for the 256GB base model, so $100 more expensive, but for better storage.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max : Final Word

We hope this Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra vs iPhone 14 Pro Max article has helped inform you about the differences between these two devices. Overall we’d opt for the Galaxy S23 Ultra if your priority is photography or videography, but if your focus is on battery life of processing power, then the iPhone 14 Pro Max edges it.

Samsung Galaxy M10 First Impressions: Old Wine In New Bottle

India is fast outgrowing the sub-Rs 10,000 segment, at least that’s what one recent report would have us believe. And while it may not be the most conclusive report, we can tell from the products that get the biggest hype – the fluid mid-range segment ranging from Rs 12,000-Rs 15,000 in pricing, more or less. But Samsung is convinced the sub Rs 10,000 segment still has legs and is hedging its bets with the Galaxy M series.

At first glance, the M10 fits that label but Samsung has priced it enticingly, which is the biggest deal about this phone. Starting at Rs 7,990, the Galaxy M10 competes with the Realme C1 (2023) and the Redmi 6 in India. The 3GB + 32GB variant is priced at Rs 8,999 in India. Both those phones are serious competition with Realme’s momentum and Redmi’s market standing, while Samsung has the pedigree of a premium brand with its after-sales service network. Does the M10 have enough to give them a tough fight? Let’s find out:

Samsung Galaxy M10 Specifications

Display6.22” HD+ PLS TFT, 720 x 1520 pixels

ProcessorSamsung Exynos 7872 hexa-core 14nm SoC


Storage32 GB, expandable upto 512GB via microSD

Primary CamerasMain Camera: 13MP AF, F1.9 + Ultra Wide: 5MP, F2.2

Secondary Camera5MP (F2.0)

SensorsAccelerometer, Barometer, Face Unlock Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Hall Sensor, Proximity Sensor, RGB Light Sensor

Network and ConnectivityLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/(2.4/5GHz) Dual VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, headphone jack

There are some notable omissions such as the lack of a fingerprint sensor, which does make the M10 seem less appealing. And we’ll see if it that impacts user experience negatively.

Samsung Galaxy M10: What’s in the Box

The M10’s retail package is rather spartan. The box doesn’t look like it contains much and that’s pretty much true, but it’s also expected given that this is a budget phone. This is what you get inside the box:

Samsung Galaxy M10 smartphone

1 x USB Type-A to Micro USB Cable

1 x 5V 1A Charging Adapter

1 x Ejection pin

User Manuals

Samsung Galaxy M10: Design and Build Quality

The Galaxy M10 has two stark design qualities that seem incompatible and half-thought at first glance. Let’s start with the front, which has that trendy teardrop notch, which the company calls Infinity-V. It’s the first time we are seeing a Samsung phone with a notch and it is less intrusive than most notches in this price segment. The screen to body ratio of the M10 is a healthy 81.6 % which is higher than the Realme C1 and Honor 9N, both phones with notches in this price range.

The all-glass front picks up fingerprints rather easily, and cleaning the panel turns into an hourly ritual. The notch and the slim bezels on top and the sides give the phone an unmistakable modern identity. The notch holds the 5MP front camera, which is also used for face unlock. There is the so-called chin and it’s pretty thick, relative to the top and sides. I don’t quite love the look, but it’s definitely a step above the competition.

The plastic build means handling the phone is easy and there’s no real sharp edges to be worried about. The phone feels light despite weighing 160 g, and is slim but it doesn’t feel flimsy.

I am not sure anyone will be bowled over by the M10’s design. It’s utilitarian at best and the back just looks too simple, rather than pleasantly minimal. Clearly, Samsung is confident the overall user experience will outweigh the plain design.

Samsung Galaxy M10: Display

The overall color tone of the display is a little cool for my liking, with a noticeable blue tinge in white backgrounds. To be honest, we didn’t expect a flawless panel, but even so the Galaxy M10 has a really good display for the price range. I would say this is one of the top budget phone displays right now.

The front camera is also used for face unlock which works well, and shows this really cool rippling or wave effect around the notch when unlocking the phone.

Samsung Galaxy M10: Performance and Software

The Galaxy M10 is powered by the Samsung Exynos 7872 hexa-core 14nm SoC with 4 x 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 cores and 2 x 2.0 GHz Cortex-A73 cores. For GPU, the chipset has the Mali-G71 MP1.

For gaming, we tried out Asphalt 9 and PUBG Mobile. Neither game looked its best self on this phone, likely due to the less-than-top-tier hardware. Asphalt 9 showed some screen tearing when the cars went into hyper drive, while PUBG Mobile was smoothest at low settings. It’s not the best phone to have for someone who wants to keep gaming on the go, but it’s certainly more than good enough for casual gaming as well as shorter sessions.

The combination of the SoC as well as 3GB of RAM provided a decent, stutter-free experience in our first few days with the phone. We will be running extensive benchmark tests to compare the Exynos SoC’s performance in the next few days. Stay tuned for our full review to find out more.

The M10 runs Android 8.1 Oreo, with the Samsung Experience UI bringing its share of bloatware to the out-of-the-box software experience. Samsung has said the Galaxy M10 will only get Android Pie in August. That’s almost when Android Q is expected to be out. This is a major disappointment for potential buyers. And it only reinforces Samsung’s image of being lethargic when it comes to updates for the mid-range and budget segment.

Samsung Galaxy M10: Cameras

Dual cameras are becoming very common in the budget segment, but not like the ones on the Galaxy M10. That’s because Samsung has added an ultra-wide sensor, instead of the typical depth sensor found in the competition. We have seen a similar sensor in action in the Galaxy A7 and A9 and the wide-angle definitely makes certain kinds of photos look more immersive and impactful.

As one might expect the rear camera has a host of shooting modes and options. Here’s a look at the UI of the rear camera’s modes and Pro photo settings.

And here are a couple of examples of the wide-angle camera in action:

The notch on the front houses the 5MP f/2.0 selfie camera. These selfies are nothing great to speak of, but Samsung has added a Live Focus mode which helps you take shots with blurred background. You can also add stickers to you selfies – because, why not?

We aren’t quite ready to deliver a verdict for The Galaxy M10’s dual rear cameras. We will be comparing the the 13MP f/1.9 main camera and the 5MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera to the competition, so stay tuned for the full review which should be coming up soon.

Samsung Galaxy M10: Battery Life

Another key focus area for Samsung with the M10 is the battery. Samsung has packed in a 3,400 mAh battery, which falls short of what some of the competition offers – Realme C1, for example, has a 4,230 mAh battery. The Galaxy M10 should ideally provide all-day usage, and the smaller battery pack is likely to reduce the weight of the phone. At 160 g, it’s already on the heavy side so the weight must surely have been a consideration on Samsung’s part.

The Galaxy M10 doesn’t have fast charging support and comes with a standard 5v 1A charging adapter in the box. Samsung has not mentioned any support for fast charging standards, unlike the Galaxy M20.

We will be doing our standard battery tests with the Galaxy M10 to see whether that battery is actually a problem.

Samsung Galaxy M10: First Impressions

I won’t lie: I was looking to be impressed by the Galaxy M10 before I went ahead and used the phone. But the first impression is that it’s an underwhelming device. Perhaps it’s down to the plain design of the back – we have become spoilt by the finish and look of some of Honor’s budget phones – or the fact that nothing on the specifications sheet seems to grab our attention from the outset.

It’s really a very run-of-the-mill kind of product. I would contend that while the M10 signals a new approach for Samsung, it might not be enough to take on the competition.

Of course, I could very well eat my words after using the phone extensively and coming at it from a budget user’s point of view. Samsung is hoping to change the budget segment user experience with the Galaxy M10 and over the course of this next week, we will be seeing exactly how it has gone about it and whether it works. Stay tuned for our full review, and do let us know what you think about Samsung’s specs and design decisions for the Galaxy M10.

Best Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus Cases

Rhinoshield Galaxy S8 Plus case

Without a doubt the Galaxy S8 is one of the most attractive phones on the market right now, so why cover up that beauty? If you want extra protection without sacrificing good looks, get one of the bumper Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases like those offered from Rhinoshield could be the solution.

When it comes to falls, the reality is that most of the impact pressure fails onto the sides — and so a simple thin bumper case can really make a big difference. In addition, a bumper case adds extra gripability, which considering the slippery nature of glass could really come in handy. Even better news, Rhinoshield’s top and bottom bumper are elevated, meaning that the bezels not only protect the sides, but also are able to protect the front and back from taking on the full impact of a drop.

At $24.95, the Rhinoshield is far from the cheapest case found in this list, but could be perfect if you simply want a little extra protection and grip without adding any noticeable bulk.

Poetic Affinity Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Poetic Affinity is one of the clear Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases that is also thin and adds no bulk to the phone. It comes with a hard polycarbonate shell and a shock absorbent TPU in a X-form design for extra corner protection. The sides feature an anti-slip ridged texture for better grip, and the inside has a ridge pattern for shock absorption. The buttons are covered, and the case features precise cutouts for the charging port, speaker, headphone jack, camera, and fingerprint scanner.

The polycarbonate shell is clear, but you get different color options for the TPU section, including clear, black, and blue. The Poetic Affinity case is currently available for the heavily discounted price of just $2.95, which makes it a fantastic option right now.

Ringke Fusion Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Ringke Fusion is another of the clear Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases that combines a polycarbonate body and a TPU bumper to allow you to show of the look and design of the phone. The slim and light case barely adds any bulk to the phone, but the case features a MIL-STD 810G-516.6 certification for shock protection. There are precise cutouts for the charging port, speaker, camera, headphone jack, and fingerprint scanner, and while the buttons are covered, they are easy to press.

The polycarbonate section of the case is clear, but you can choose the color of the bumper with three choices currently available, including clear, rose gold crystal, and smoke black. The Ringke Fusion case is currently priced at $11.99.

Spigen Neo Hybrid Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Spigen Neo Hybrid case offers dual layer protection by combining a TPU casing with a hard polycarbonate frame. The TPU case is patterned to allow for a better grip on the device, and with the hard bumper shell, the case is MIL-STD 810G certified for impact You get precise cutouts for access to the headphone jack, charging port, camera, and fingerprint scanner, while the volume rocker and power button are covered.

A variety of color options are available, including gunmetal, burgundy, arctic silver, coral blue, niagara blue, shiny black, and violet, depending on which, the price of the Spigen Neo Hybrid case varies between $15.99 and $17.99.

Spigen Wallet S Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Spigen Wallet S features an exterior that is made from a premium faux leather material, and an interior that is lined with microfiber to protect the screen from scratches. It is sturdy and compact, and comes with folding cover that should protect the device from accidental bumps and scratches. A polycarbonate casing holds the phone firmly in place, and the cover can also be folded into a stand, ideal for media viewing in landscape orientation.

The case also includes three slots for your credit cards or ID, along with a large pocket for cash, and a reversible magnetic strap holds the cover open or closed. Black and coffee brown are the only color options available with the Spigen Wallet S case, which is currently priced starting at $18.99.

Zizo Bolt Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Zizo Bolt offers everything you’d expect from a rugged smartphone case, including multi-layer protection comprising of a soft shock absorbing TPU and an impact resistant polycarbonate. The case is MIL-STD 810G certified for impact and shock resistance. Extra features and case accessories include a lanyard, a kickstand, and a belt clip holster with a 360 degree rotatable swivel.

The Zizo Bolt comes in a slew of color options, including black, gold/black, black/red, gray/black, orange/black, red/black, and desert tan/camo green. The Zizo Bolt is currently priced at $12.99.

SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro Galaxy S8 Plus case

For a great rugged option, you should consider the SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro, which features dual layer protection in the form of a polycarbonate hard shell and a TPU inner case. The headphone jack and charging port are both covered with flaps, the buttons are covered, and there are precise cutouts for the speaker, camera, and fingerprint scanner. A belt clip holster is also available with this case, with a 360 degree rotatable swivel.

The SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle Pro is available in black/black, blue/black, pink/gray, and white/gray, and is priced starting at $17.99.

Caseology Legion Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Caseology Legion case is another of the rugged Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases that offers dual layer protection comprised of a inner TPU layer and bumper and a hard polycarbonate back plate, along with some extra corner reinforcement. The volume rocker and power button are covered but easy to press, and you get precise cutouts for the charging port, headphone jack, camera, and fingerprint scanner. The Caseology Legion case is currently priced at $18.99.

Poetic Revolution Galaxy S8 Plus case

The Poetic Revolution is a great option if you are looking for a rugged case that offers complete all round protection. Made with polycarbonate and TPU materials, the case comes with features like textured sides that provide enhanced grip, and raised supports on the corners to create a cushion and prevent damage from drops.

There is a polycarbonate shell that also goes over the front and adds water resistant capabilities, but isn’t really required with the Galaxy S8. All ports are also covered to prevent dust from entering them. The Poetic Revolution case is available in black, pink, and blue, is priced at just $9.99, and will be available from April 5.

Official Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases

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As always, there are a number of official Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus cases available, including a clear view flip cover case, a LED cover case, the Alcantara case, the 2 piece cover, and the keyboard cover. You can find out more about them on our best s8 accessories page.

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