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Browse our Used Samsung S10 Prices in South Africa

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is a fitting 10th anniversary phone for Samsung and its storied S series. It delivers on change with a novel-looking Infinity-O screen so large it displaces the front camera, and a triple-lens rear camera that takes ultra-wide photos. Its in-screen fingerprint sensor tech should serve you well, while its Wireless PowerShare could serve your friends well. That’s a lot of change – just know that it comes at a high price and the Galaxy S10e and S10 Plus flank it from both sides of the coin as better option

The Samsung Galaxy S10 was release in South Africa in 2019 at R18 999 for the normal S10 and R20 999 for the S10 Plus. The S10 and s10 prices in South Africa has been stable due to the pandemic. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy S10 Prices can be found at Powerbite :

Used S10 : R8 999

Used 10 Plus CPO : R9 499

The Galaxy S10 is also available as New at Powerbite :

New Samsung S10 : R12 999 for a Single Sim and R14999 for a dual sim

New Samsung S10 Plus : R14 999 for single sim and R15999 for dual sim

Overview

The Galaxy S10 was for all about defying the laws of screen to body ratio. Samsung pushed this one to its limits with a reported 93% screen to body ratio. Samsung achieves this by completely dropping the front notch for a more clean one punch hole front camera. The other feature that sets the S10 apart from the S9 is its new state of the art fingerprint sensor which is embedded in the screen. Samsung claims the fingerprint sensor to offer a smoother, quicker unlocking experience.

Design

The S10 is larger than an S9 with a 6.1inches compared to 5.8 inches. The S10's bigger screen surface makes the S10 look much bigger than this. The S10 has a triple rear camera with a glass back available in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue and Canary Yellow c0lors.

Camera

Samsung's triple rear camera features a 12MP Telephoto Camera which allows you to zoom into objects without losing to much resolution.  A 12 MP Ultra Wide Camera which allows you too shoot pictures and get more of your surroundings in. As well as a 12MP wide angle camera

Performance

Galaxy S10 models run faster and cooler next-generation Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets.

Battery Life – Capacious Upgrade

Having had the same battery capacity since the Galaxy S7 in 2016, improvements were well overdue and, thankfully, Samsung has delivered them:

  • Galaxy S10 – 3400 mAh
  • Galaxy S9 – 3000 mAh

While this boost of over 13% will be countered somewhat by the step-up in screen size, it is worth noting the 6.2-inch Galaxy S9 Plus had dramatically better battery life than the Galaxy S9 thanks to its 3500 mAh battery. So I’d expect the Galaxy S10, with its die-shrunk chipset, not to fall far short of the ambitious 24-hour battery life Samsung is promising – couple this with the aforementioned Wireless PowerShare feature and it's very positive.

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