Samsung S10 Review

Overall, the fingerprint scanner is more convenient built right into the screen but isn’t as fast as traditional capacitive sensors. Apart from that, the wireless power-sharing option that has been introduced by Samsung is also pretty a handy feature. This allows the Galaxy device to work as a wireless power-bank for other smartphones capable of wireless charging. Talking about its UI, the Galaxy S10 runs Samsung’s new One UI version of Android 9 Pie which is a big upgrade over previous Samsung’s software.