If you read tech news, you probably already know everything there is to know about the Galaxy S10 family that Samsung released about 3 weeks. These phones are an example of incredible craftsmanship – they are both powerful and wildly beautiful. So, tech reviewers have not held back their praise for these phones. For those of you who don’t know I will recap a little about these phones in this article.
Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+
Samsung Galaxy S10 and the S10+ are upgrades over the previous Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. But unlike the difference between the Galaxy S8 family and the S9 family, the difference between S9 family and S10 family is huge. Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ have new punch hole screen. This means that the phones are now near full screen; they have over 90% screen to body ratio. This new design makes the phone look far more futuristic and attractive.
These phones also have new ultrasonic under-display fingerprint sensor, triple rear cameras, and reverse wireless charging feature. Of course, they come with updated processor, probably exynos ones in Nepal. They start with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The S10+ model goes all the way up to 512GB. So, yeah, these are very innovative and feature packed phones.
Samsung Galaxy S10e
Samsung Galaxy S10e is a different kind of phone. And it’s my favorite of the 3. It doesn’t have the fancy new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor; it has traditional, faster, fingerprint sensor embedded into the power button. It doesn’t have triple rear cameras but comes with a dual camera setup. It does come with the reverse wireless charging feature though.It’s my favorite mainly because of its small 5.8 inch form factor which is ideal for one-handed use. It has the same processor and storage capacity as its larger siblings and the RAM is 6GB which is more than adequate for any task you may throw at it. The price plays a significant part in my liking towards this phone too.
Prices and Colors
Samsung Galaxy S10 is available to buy at Rs. 110,900. It is available at 3 different color variants – Prism black, Prism blue, and Prism white. The while looks the most striking to my eyes. The 128GB version of the Galaxy S10 plus is available for Rs. 123,500; if you want the 512GB version, you will have to shell out Rs. 154,500.
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But you get a ceramic back instead of the glass back of the 128GB version. Pretty fancy, isn’t it? The 128GB variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus is available in Prism Black and Prism Blue Colors while the 512GB is available in Ceramic Black color only.
Samsung Galaxy S10e will cost you Rs. 93,000 and will be available in Prism Black Color only.
The prices of the Galaxy S10 and S10 plus are on par with their international pricing. I have 0 complaints about them. I expressed my qualms about the price of S10e in the preorder article, so I won’t dwell on it here. What I will dwell on are the colors. What the hell Samsung? Where is the flamingo pink or the bright canary yellow? There are so many great color options for the Galaxy S10 in the international market but we are getting the same old black, blue, and white (that too on one model). I am hoping that Samsung will be bringing those other color variants soon. If you wanted those other colors, maybe you should wait a while. You can also call Samsung Plazas to inquire if they have any plans to bring your favorite color anytime soon.
- Samsung Galaxy S10e: MRP Rs. 93,900/-
- Samsung Galaxy S10: MRP Rs. 110,900/-
- Samsung Galaxy S10+ 128Gb: MRP Rs. 123,500/-
- Samsung Galaxy S10+ 512Gb: MRP Rs. 154,500/-
Perks of buying S10
If you somehow totally forgot to preorder the Galaxy S10 and screwed your chances of getting Galaxy Buds for free, don’t worry there are still some perks left for you guys. Easy EMI is available from 9 different banks, namely Global IME Bank, Nabil Bank, Laxmi Bank, Nepal Investment Bank, Mega Bank, Kumari Bank, Hulas Investment Bank, NMB Bank, and Machhapuchchhre Bank. Also, you are entitled with year breakage insurance if you buy any one of the S10.
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