Samsung Galaxy S10 – In 2022 (Will It Ever? ) - Galaxy User Guide

So the Samsung Galaxy S10 is still one of my favorite phones which have ever been released and let's go and see if it's still worth it in 2022. there's a really big high of this phone and there's kind of one minor low about this device that I'll sort of hit and it'll kind of be like the synopsis of this video. It's still being released at different times in many different countries but once I have it installed in this phone, I'm going to make an updated review that will be awesome. We don't know but the sad news is that one Ui4 is likely going to be the last update of this phone unless Samsung goes and releases another update for this device, which would be amazing.

But if you remember last year in the year before 2019 or 2020, Samsung actually mentioned that the galaxy s10 is going to get another Ui update, which is amazing. When ui4 was supposed to stop at one ui 3, but eventually got to one ui4 which is really nice and when ui4 brings a lot of security features, privacy features, stuff and all that good stuff. This device still looks so beautiful three years after this phone was released in 2022. It remains one of my favorite looking phones of all time on the front panel, you have that beautiful 6.1 inch dynamic display 1440p, and it is still such a great looking panel. After all, these phones have come out the Galaxy s21s, the iPhone 13s, the oneplus 9.

It's a whole punch display but I still think it's gorgeous, there's no 120 hertz, there's no 90 hertz or anything, but it's such a nice panel and I'm a huge fan of the design of this phone. But that's not all, this device has an inbuilt fingerprint sensor that is now sort of common, but something that is not common is the headphone jack usb type-c with samsung dex and that microsd card slot that this device has so much more. It feels like that nowadays, to be honest, you can go and expand the storage of this phone with that micro SD card slot. You can go and use this almost as a desktop pc with samsung dex which is still extremely beautiful, and you have that headphone jack that no other device really has.

So just those things right there still makes the Samsung galaxy s10 one of my favorite phones without doubt, I'm feeling kind of emotional about it. So if you thought that was all there's still so much more on the back of this phone, just the camera setup, ok, that triple camera setup we'll get into in a second, was one of the bigger differences from the s9 to the s10 and one of the biggest differences that I have seen from one Samsung phone to another. We now have a wide ultra-wide and telephoto lens on this phone, which was pretty much ahead of any other samsung phone that Samsung put out and it's still the same layout.

We have pretty much every other Samsung phone as well but we also had wireless charging and reverse wireless charging on this phone which again is just crazy. I think the s21 ultra was an amazing device last year, but the s21 I didn't really love. The s20 was a great phone, but in my opinion the galaxy s10 was just that top notch samsung, so the outside pretty much covers it. We kind of spent 30 minutes on it, but the camera quality was another big advantage for this phone and even now in 2022. I can't even imagine you know how much a wanted in this camera. Fortunately, there are still some phones released that still don't have 4k 60 on the front.

This device had it back in 2019 and even back then when I compared this camera to all the other iphones and other Samsungs and all those other oneplus devices, I was still surprised how well the galaxy s10 fares and three years later, I'm still saying how great of a phone and how great of a camera is this thing. I think the ui needs a little bit of improvement but samsung has always done a great job of packing a bunch of features in their cameras, even though there are some glitches in terms of the ui and when ui3 still has a lot of glitches all over the place. All this good stuff is not my favorite software, but one Ui.

I think most of you know that already, but the big thing about the samsung galaxy s10 was that it did signify that it was the first time samsung expanded its software. In a very long time, this phone started with Android 9. It got Android 11 recently like last year and now it's getting Android 12, so four full Android updates this thing kind of got and that's a big deal in my opinion. Although it is not getting any more updates, I think it is good enough for the most part- and I guess we'll kind of hit it next year once this thing is out of software support, so I do want to end up with the battery life in terms of performance.

This thing came with the QALCOMM snapdragon 855 chipset, the Adreno 640 GPU, and there were a couple of different models, so the base model was rare with six gigs of ram. The top model had eight gigs of ram. My specific model had six gigs of Ram, so definitely not a bad thing. I've actually compared this phone to the s20, the s21, and a lot of other iphones, and I've done so many speed tests and this device's ram is still really good. It is definitely not as smooth as it used to be, but it is still a speed powerhouse when I load applications at anytime.

When I click on an app it's not a smooth, you know kind of transition opening up but it opens these apps very fast and once the app is loaded it's a very smooth experience and it still has a lot of power which is one of my favorite things about this phone. But a major thing to keep in mind is that I actually compared my Galaxy S10 with my iPhone 13 recently. I did a speed test and everything and there were still a lot of times that my galaxy s10 beaten my iphone 13, and that's a crazy thing to keep in mind. The galaxy s10 still has a lot of capability from there and I still think performance wise. It is of course not perfect, as I mentioned a lot of chiggley things go on but for the speed that it is and ford so many versions of android.

Personally, I would probably recommend a Pixel 6 or a Galaxy 21, but this is still a pretty good phone without a doubt, so that the cover covers it up there. I think it was better with the Ui two and probably even the original one Ui, but it's still a pretty decent battery and it might have degraded a little too, which is something to keep in mind, but if you buy it brand new it's going to be a different story, but you do have a reverse wireless charging feature, which is an amazing battery feature and one of my favorite things about this phone. I'm a huge fan of this phone when you look at it and you're right now at it. It is such a nice looking device.

I mean, look at this phone, it's beautiful 6.1 inch panel 1440p oled, USB type-c, headphone jack and micro-sd card slot. The camera setup is extremely beautiful on this thing. The only bad thing is that it is on its last version of software or at the last version of software, but I still think it is a pretty decent phone and I still think I can recommend it in the year 2022. So in terms of that this pretty much covers it up. If you guys have any other questions or anything like that, let me know in the comment section below by hitting the Like button. More important, I love every single one of you guys, hopefully I will catch. You guys in the next video peace out until then [Music]..

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