If I’m talking about design, the biggest change Samsung has made is the new Infinity-O punch out displays on all three Galaxy S10 phones. For the selfie camera, all three phones come with a small cutout at the top right corner.

All new Punch-hole Display

Its new Infinity-O screen is a feature of all the three new smartphones [Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e] and is so large that it actually displaces the front camera, placing it on a small ‘punch-hole’ in the screen.  All the important sensors are neatly tucked behind this vibrant and bright Super AMOLED display.

The Galaxy S10+ is the only one that gets a wide cutout as it comes with dual selfie cameras.

Dynamic Amoled Screen

The Galaxy S10 series comes with a new 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED display offering exceptional picture quality and color accuracy. It presents a nearly-edge appearance stretching from top to bottom, with pixels on the curved borders on the sides –Samsung’s flagship smartphone 2019 has no space for big bezel.

All this is done to achieve that impressive screen-to-body ratio of 93.1 percent on the phone’s front. And frankly, it’s much better than conventional notch.

Samsung also claims about improvement in screen that reduces blue-light emissions, which can slow or stop melatonin production in brain, the hormone that signals our brain that it’s time to go to bed.

Ultrasonic Fingerprint Screen

The next major feature is the all new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. The ultrasonic sensor is slightly more innovative compared to traditional optical fingerprint sensors as it uses soundwaves to create a 3D map of your fingerprint sensor that offers better precision and safety.

Triple real cameras

The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 + feature triple rear cameras that provide a variety of shooting options to its users. The ultra-wide-angle camera captures more area in a frame, while the telephoto camera helps to capture detailed zoomed shots.

Wireless Charging

With the advancement in wireless charging and one step ahead of the wireless charging support, the Samsung Galaxy S10 phones also support reverse wireless charging feature similar to that of Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which allows users to use the back of the Samsung Galaxy S10 as a wireless charging pad for other wireless charging devices.

And thanks to samsung, you still get a headphone jack

Each of the four new Galaxy S10 models come with different range:

1.S10E ($750, £669, AU$1,199)

2. S10 ($900, £799, AU$1,349)

3. S10 Plus ($1,000, £899, AU$1,499) and Galaxy S10 5G, the brand’s first 5G phone.