Galaxy S10 was unwrapped by Samsung back in February and represented a significant improvement over its predecessor, the Galaxy S9, thanks to a legion of innovative features.
Galaxy S10 comes in four models; the Galaxy S10e, standard Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+ and the Galaxy S10 5G.
While the latter is not currently available to purchase in the UK, the other three are and each is appealing for different reasons.
All flavours of the S10 are immediately striking for their displays that are surrounded by minimal bezels and have cutouts for each’s front-facing camera system.
For now, the most premium model of the handset UK fans are able to purchase is the Galaxy S10+; the Samsung flagship comes with a huge 6.4-inch display, a gargantuan 4,100mAh battery and one of the best camera systems on a smartphone.
We adored the Galaxy S10+ at Express.co.uk, as was shown by the fact we awarded it four and a half stars out of five in our review.
Technology Editor David Snelling said: “There’s no question that Galaxy S10+ is one of the best phones Samsung has ever made.
“It looks fabulous, has that incredible triple rear camera, good battery life and extras such as the ability to refill other devices wirelessly.
“The screen is also one of the greatest we’ve ever seen and is guaranteed to make your content look better than ever.”
Samsung recently announced it is creating a special edition of the Galaxy S10+ for next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Duly named the “Galaxy S10+ Olympic Games Edition”, the hardware looks like a standard S10+ in its Prism White colour but features a “Tokyo 2020” logo at the bottom.
Moreover, branding for the Japanese mobile network Docomo is also present on the back; the provider is the exclusive carrier partner for the device in the Asian country.
The hardware also comes with a pair of Galaxy Buds that similarly feature Olympic signage on their charging case.
As noted by GSMArena, only 10,000 units of the special edition S10+ will be made.
And, in disappointing news for UK Samsung fans, it was also noted it is unlikely the limited model will come to territories outside of Japan.
Samsung has been a sponsor of the Olympic Games since 1998 and has produced a number of smartphone editions for the illustrious sporting event.
The most recent of these was a limited version of the Note 8 for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
The new Galaxy S10+ model is expected to debut later this year.
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