Kangal, 02 Jul 2019The USA/Chinese versions come with the Sony Exmor cameras and the Qualcomm Snapdragon processo... moreexynos and snapdragon s10 uses the same ISOCELL camera sensor for the rear
but for front camera Sony for snapdragon and isocell for exynos
www.google. c om/amp/s/forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s10/help/galaxy-s10-sony-sensors-t3916758/amp/
About time GSM Arena puts Audio Quality on separate page.
The POOR REVIEW about AUDIO needs to be resolved (barely exist on bottom of page 3!)
Now, compare it to the Camera reviews...
It used up not 1 or 2 pages, but 5 PAGES in total!(Page 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 ) this is serious discrimination towards AUDIO and ridiculous and needs to CHANGE.
Wake up GSM Arena, and listen to input!
Don't stay on status quo 'Review Styles', OR your site will be going down before you know it
100 euro different will not be a point breaker, so Samsung Galaxy S10+ is the clear winner with much lighter weight, much thinner thickness, much brightness screen and better cameras in still and video.
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019S10 plus camera now with new camera fix update even beats pixel 3xl. In your dreams
jon snow, 01 Jul 2019I prefer 1+ Sorrymy prefer s10 + cause 7pro price more expensive tahn s10 + in my country...also no local service for repairing..
Anonymous, 02 Jul 2019S10 plus has root access even Exyons variant has root access no worries check xda.
https://... moreThe USA/Chinese versions come with the Sony Exmor cameras and the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The SONY camera is even better (slightly). But the processors also have better performance, battery life, and security. The only downside is the QSD version doesn't have an unlockable bootloader, so there's no root access and no Custom TWRP, Magisk, Kernel, ROMs, MODs.
And even if it had that, or you were contempt with the inferior Exynos/International version.... there is a physical chip (KNOX) that gets tripped and it voids your warranty and stops you from using Samsung Pay and other services (Netflix HD, Banking, etc etc). The Samsung Note10 isn't going to change in this aspect, and looks to be a worse phone with the removal of the Headphone Jack. On the LG G8/V50 side it's now impossible because LG has removed the official unlocking tool off their website.
For those reasons, the OnePlus 7 Pro is the more suitable choice for root access, until we get the Pixel 4 and maybe competition from Razer Phone 3 or ASUS RoG Phone 2.
The new and improved Night Mode from May really helps the S10+ in gaining back at the competition
if its the release firmware the 1+ would've destroyed it in the low light night mode comparison
Kangal, 02 Jul 2019I said it before, but people didn't (want to) believe me: The Samsung S10+ is overall the bett... moreS10 plus has root access even Exyons variant has root access no worries check xda.
S10 plus overall better phone and that’s not cause of S10 plus has SD card or headphone jack don’t care about all these features I care only about build quality, better bright screen and better speakers including IP 68 and last not least better camera that’s where S10 plus win.
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2019the camera of the s10+ is like having yellowish color. maybe im the only one noticed. 0_oS10 plus camera now with new camera fix update even beats pixel 3xl.
Here is my opinion, OP7Pro only good at Performance since it's equip with High End chipset, but every "premium" features OP7Pro choose to discard it, also the price was very high. OP7Pro can't be named "Flagship Killer" anymore. so as cust my opinion about OP7Pro is just same like other "low-class" flagship and can't be juxtaposed with "high-class flagship" eg; Samsung. so Samsung for me, still the best.
I said it before, but people didn't (want to) believe me: The Samsung S10+ is overall the better phone.
It has a better camera all-round, it has a better battery life (standby performance is great), and it offers a big screen experience but in a much more compact profile. The screen lacks 90Hz but is slightly better, the software is currently better, and the Left holepunch means better durability/less mechanical anxiety. On top of that you get proper warranty, support and accessories. Plus the huge benefits of the IP68, microSD, and Headphone Jack.
I would say the OnePlus 7 Pro has going for it, the faster performance, root access, and after 2 years time it will have the better software available... that is, if the slippery smudge-magnet manages to survive that long with its fragile camera and glass construction.
Too bad we're losing LG, with its restricted rollout (budget concerns) of the G8 and the V50, so we have less competition in the field. That goes for the crazy cheap but rare ZTE Axon10 Pro as well, and to a lesser extent the Sony Xperia 1. Huawei flagships have too many compromises for me. Here's hoping for the 2019 ASUS ROG Phone 2 !!!!
no contest. Oneplus is good but overall galaxy wins. And connectivity is way superiori on samsung. Onepluses always very limited in this
I'd take the S10+ if I ever get thaechance to choose between the two. The S10+ is just better overall. Then if I sell it, I can get a much, much higher resale value.