Samsung is making a splash with its tenth-anniversary Galaxy phone.
Here's how it compares on paper to the iPhone XS.
These top-of-the-line phones come with a premium price tag.
In the US, the Galaxy S10 starts at $900, while the iPhone XS starts at $1,000.
While many phones from 2018 embraced a notch on the screen to fit the front facing camera, the S10 instead has a hole punch camera at the front of the screen.
The display itself is a 6.1 inch edge to edge amoled and it has Gorilla Glass 6 to protect it from drops and scratches with Gorilla Glass 5 around the back.
The iPhone XS is a 5.8 inch OLED screen.
And while we don't know officially if it's Gorilla glass or not, Apple says it's the most durable glass ever on a smart phone.
Both also come in a larger screen version.
The S10+ is 6.4 inches and the XS Max is 6.5.
The S10 Plus also has two front facing cameras, which is how you can tell them apart.
Apple's phone comes in space gray, silver, or gold, while Samsung is pink, black, blue, or white in the US.
The S10 plus adds the option of a ceramic finish in black or white.
And if you're a fan of the headphone jack, the Galaxy is the only one that has a standard 3.5 mil jack.
Apart from running iOS and Android, these two phones have many other features that set them apart.
The Galaxy has Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 while Apple has its most recent A12 chip in the iPhone.
Samsung has put a brand new ultrasonic fingerprint reader embedded in the screen plus facial recognition.
Apple uses its own version of facial recognition called face ID Or a pin to authenticate and unlock your phone.
For storage you get the choice of either 128 or 512 gigabytes on the Galaxy.
Plus it also has the option to add a micro SD card for expandable storage Storage.
The 10S has three storage options of 64, 128 or 256 gigabytes with no expansion option.
Both phones are rated as IP60A which means they're water resistant.
And wireless charging is standard on both, but the Galaxy also supports wireless PowerShare.
You can charge any Qi device, like the Galaxy Buds, from the back of the phone.
Samsung has a 3400 MAH battery on the S10, and 4100 on the S10 Plus.
Apple doesn't relay official battery capacities but in teardowns the XS and XS Max appear to have a smaller battery than the Galaxy phones respectively.
But real world performance is always variable so stay tuned for our battery tests.
The Galaxy is a camera powerhouse with three units around the back versus the iPhone's two.
Camera number one on the Galaxy is an ultra wide angle at 16 mega pixels with an aperture of 2.2.
The second is a standard wide angle at 12 mega pixels with optical image stabilization and And a variable aperture between f 1.5 and f 2.4 just like last year's Galaxy S9.
Camera number three is for telephoto at 12 mega pixels with an f 2.4 aperture and OIS, compare that to the iPhone which has two rig cameras worth of 12 mega pixels with OIS.
The wide angle lens is F/1.8 and the telephoto is F/2.4.
The Galaxy has a special mode for capturing better low light photos called bright nights.
The iPhone has auto low light FPS, which is a mode to capture better video in low light.
The selfies the iPhone has Apples true depth camera with an aperture of F 2.2 and a seven megapixel sensor.
While the S10's front camera is 10 mega pixels with a wider maximum aperture of F 1.9.
The S10 plus adds another selfie camera to capture depth information.
Both Galaxy S10 and the iPhone 10S are impressive premium phones.
So stay tuned for the review to see how they perform in the real world.