Galaxy S10E vs. S10 vs. S10 Plus: What's the difference?
Samsung has just announced three new Galaxy phones.
Here's how to tell the S10E, S10, and S10 Plus apart, and decide which one's right for you.
Let's start with price, from least expensive to most expensive.
The cheapest is the S10E, starting at $750 in the US.
In the middle is the S10 at $900 and the S10 plus starts at $1,000.
Each of the S10 phone shares a similar design.
The E has a 5.8-inch flat amoled display compared to the edge to edge amoleds on the other two phones.
The S10 is 6.1 inches while the aptly named plus Has the largest screen at 6.4 inches.
The bigger phones also have a higher resolution than the S10 E.
All the phones share the distinct hole punch camera at the front of the screen, but the S10 Plus adds a second front facing camera to capture depth information.
And all of the phones come in the same colors Pink, black, blue or white in the US with a green and yellow available elsewhere.
The S10 Plus has an optional ceramic finish in black or white.
The all run snapdragon [UNKNOWN] 55 chip are water resistant, have wireless charging and can charge any Chi device like the galaxy buds from the back of the phone.
For authentication, the S10E sticks with a regular fingerprint reader and facial recognition.
But both the S10 and the S10 plus have an ultrasonic finger print reader embedded in the screen plus facial recognition.
The S10E comes with 128 or 256 gigabytes of storage while the S10 and plus have either 128 or 512 gigabytes.
There's also a 1 terabyte option on the largest phone and if that's not enough storage for you, all of them have a micro SD slot as you might expect the S10E has the smallest capacity battery at 3100 miliamp hour.
The S10 is in the middle at 3400 and the S10 Plus is the biggest at 4100.
Let's talk cameras.
The S10E has two, while the S10 has and S10 Plus have three around the back.
All of the phones share the following two cameras.
Number one is an ultra-wide angle at 16 megapixels with an aperture of F/2.2.
Number 2 is a regular wide angle at 12 megapixels, with optical image stabilization, and a variable aperture between F1.5 and F2.4.
The third camera, which is only on the 10 and S10 PLUS is a 2x zoom at 12 megapixels with an F/2.4 aperture and optical image stabilization.
All have a mode for capturing better low light photos called Bright Night, plus automatic scene detection and shot suggestions to help you line up your photos.
Around the front they all share a 10 megapixel F/1.9 selfie camera.
The S10 Plus adds another 8 megapixel selfie camera to capture depth information.
And there is one more S10 phone to talk about and that is the 5G model.
It will have a 6.7 inch screen, a fourth camera at the back and a huge 4500 milliamp battery.
It is expected later this year so stay tuned for more details.
For more on the Galaxy S10 phones check back to CNET for our full review.