The original Flip case cover from Samsung is perfect to cover the phone, including the screen Expensive but worth it. And it turns on the phone when you open the flip.
scorpio, 17 Feb 2020Hi Maggi I don't use a screen protector at all. I use a wrap around phone cover that was purch... moreHi scorpio. I have full cases for mine which covers all the phone. But I only use them when I'm out and phone is in my bag. I use a back bumper csse when at home. I will leave it for now. Thank you for replying:)
Cupcakes, 11 Feb 2020https://youtu.be/ncPpM9tesPc Practical exampleHi cupcakes. I recieved an update for theme park. It includes the keyboard goes the same colour as theme I made. Did you get that update?
kitt27, 14 Feb 2020i know. i have a case.You may have a cover but does it surround the phone front and back. Most covers fit on the back but do not reach around the curved screen leaving it vulnerable to accidental drops.
Maggi, 16 Feb 2020Hi scorpio. I need to get screen protecter for my phone. I've tried one and it came off after... moreHi Maggi I don't use a screen protector at all. I use a wrap around phone cover that was purchased on eBay and the phone fits inside it very securely. Much as I would prefer not to use a cover it does give enormous peace of mind and you get accustomed to it very quickly. Without the cover the phone is quite slippery in your hand and easy to drop.
scorpio, 14 Feb 2020You need a phone protector, not a screen protector. A plastic screen protector will only prote... moreHi scorpio. I need to get screen protecter for my phone. I've tried one and it came off after couple days. Do you know of any good screen protectors that dont bubble and are easily put on?
Hey guys plss can anyone share battery usage experience of s10.and screen on time and standby time
kitt27, 13 Feb 2020The most fragile phone i've even owned. Was very satisfied with my galaxy s6 very durable. my ... moreYou need a phone protector, not a screen protector. A plastic screen protector will only protect the screen from scratches and not from any drops.
The most fragile phone i've even owned. Was very satisfied with my galaxy s6 very durable. my brand new s10 fell in the ground once and the up right corner of the screen is cracked now and the camera is lightly damaged. it also had a screen protector, a plastic one since the curved edges arent friendly with tempered glass screen protectors, changed it twice.
Cupcakes, 11 Feb 2020https://youtu.be/ncPpM9tesPc Practical exampleGreat comment cupcakes:-D
Cupcakes, 11 Feb 2020Yes you can, but not by the way people expect it to do. Let me explain. Physically, the Gal... moreThank you Cupcakes. You have explained it in simple language that even I can understand. Well done.
Okay here's the deal with this phone (S10). I tried the P30 and at first I liked the P30 more but later on there's just this weird feeling like I'm not really happy with it. I realized I settled with the P30 just because it's cheaper and has a flat screen.
After I updated my S10, everything improved that beat the hell out of my P30 especially with regards to the camera. Holding and looking at the S10, it looks very premium compared to other phones (even you iPhone) because of the metal sides, glass front and back, and the curved screen. I like the camera improvements, the security it offers, the battery improvements, smoother software (One UI 2.0). I compared the P30 previously with the 11 Pro and my P30 triumphed over it. I'd say my S10 triumphed over my P30 and the 11 Pro so I'm still going to stick with the S10. To everyone looking to buy a new phone, I'd say the S10 is a very good phone!
Edit: It's now 2020 and the S20 has just been revealed. Yes, the S20 and its siblings provided a lot of improvements and they're winners overall but the S10 is still a very good phone for 2020. I'd suggest you buy the S10 especially if you opt for the cheaper flagship. As for me, I'll probably upgrade if the S30, S40, or the S50 will be released because Samsung flagships last a very loooong time. Hell, I used the my GS5 (retired) since 2014 and only upgraded to S10 in 2019. Talk about durability and quality. That's about it for now. Those are my points for the GS10
P30 pro or s10?
Cupcakes, 11 Feb 2020https://youtu.be/ncPpM9tesPc Practical exampleVery good *thumbs up*
AnonD-784107, 10 Feb 2020Well yes actually you can. And ive done it. When ive ran my phone in WQHD+ i tend to get less ... moreYes you can, but not by the way people expect it to do. Let me explain.
Physically, the Galaxy S10 display has 1440*3040 = 4377600 pixels (a little less than this actually - due to the punch hole and rounded corners). So during normal use, the phone has to light up all these pixels in order to give us a full screen image.
Imagine rendering a white colored QuadHD+ image which had the resolution of 3040*1440. This image's pixels will perfectly line up with the display's physical(hardware) resolution and thus lighting up the entire 4377600 pixels of the display.
Now if we render a white colored FullHD+ image with 1080 x 2280 resolution, it only has 2462400 pixels - in normal words, FullHD+ resolution only has about half the pixels of QuadHD resolution. So if viewed at 100% scale, the image only lights up 2462400 pixels which means, about a hald of the display is turned off. Therefore is this case, the display is using lesser battery than viewing a QuadHD image.
But, the thing is, we are viewing the image in full screen mode. So the FullHD image will be zoomed in to fill the entire display which means, all those pixels in the display will have to lit up. Hence consuming the same amount of battery life.
But then how you can save some battery life by lowering the resolution? To display something on a screen, the signals has to be processed via a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). So the GPU has to work a little harder when rendering a QHD image compared to FullHD image. During normal use, this difference is pretty negligible. When playing a heavy demanding game or doing some GPU intensive tasks, you can save some juice by lowering the resolution. (Most mobile games run at 720p HD resolution to give users a fluid experience)
But during normal use, you shouldn't give up the beauty and sharpness of the display (which you paid for) to gain a 5-10 of minutes of battery life.
Cupcakes, 19 Jan 2020You can't really extend battery life by tuning down display resolution to 1080p (Full HD). The... moreWell yes actually you can. And ive done it. When ive ran my phone in WQHD+ i tend to get less hours on battery life then in FHD+ mode. Which makes sense as the screen is higher resolution. So uses more battery.