On Wednesday of this week, Samsung finally launched their Galaxy S10 plus device. They released it at an event in San Francisco, reports say that the event wasn’t packed. Is it due to the rumors about users complaining about too many device releases? In 2018, fans gave the company some heat about releasing multiple devices with almost the same specifications. I mean, what’s the point of introducing a new device that looks almost exactly the same as it’s predecessor? I hope Samsung will improve on this year. Supposedly, the company is planning to release for devices in the S series.
The other devices set to follow the Galaxy S10 Plus are it’s little brother the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and the Galaxy S10 5G. Naturally, there will be comparisons to the Apple and Google releases. Which brings us to the core agenda of this article. The iPhone XS Max and Google Pixel 3 XL are high end devices that any user would mouth-water for. Me being one of them. We intend to see how they compare.
Galaxy S10 Plus comparison to iPhone XS Max and Pixel 3 XL
The new dynamic AMOLED screen that Samsung has implemented on the Galaxy S10 Plus is quite impressive. iPhone’s super retina OLED offers way lower pixels, so does Pixel’s ‘flexible’ OLED. I have to say that Samsung has outdone itself in this aspect. In terms of size, they are almost the same with all of them ranging around 6.2 inches. Not so big, not so small. In terms of weight, the Samsung is way lighter and hence more comfy. As is tradition, the iPhone XS Max is heavier than the rest.
Both the Google Pixel and Samsung devices run the Android 9.0 pie version. If you are a user who likes to have the maximum amount of storage possible, then the Samsung device will be more to your liking. With a storage capacity of up to 1TB, the closest player is the iPhone XS Max with 512GB. Companies are really outdoing themselves in this modern age, I can’t wait to see what more is in store for us.