Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S lineup on Feb. 20. Instead of two, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10E, and Galaxy S10 5G make up the company’s flagship series for 2019. It gives customers more choice than before. If you want the best one that Samsung provides this year, S10 will be the one. Or you want a larger screen, a bigger battery, and two front-facing cameras. Your choice should be S10+. If you have a limited budget, Samsung Galaxy S10 series also bring you the S10E.
“Sounds like we don’t have any reason to reject a Galaxy S10, but…” Some of you may want to express your worry over the battery issue. It’s over two years after Samsung’s Note 7 was found that a manufacturing defect in the phones’ batteries had caused some of them to generate excessive heat, resulting in fires. After reports emerged of incidents where these replacement phones also caught fire, Samsung recalled the Galaxy Note 7 worldwide on 10 October 2016, and permanently ceased production of the device on 11 October.
Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh, in a press conference, said that there were actually two separate flaws that caused the phones to overheat, each affecting different sets of shipments. The first batch of phones included an issue related to deficiencies in the heat-sealed protective pouch in the upper-right corner of the battery, which caused the positive-negative electrodes to touch and consequently short circuit. After the first recall, a second flaw in the new battery caused by welding defects and missing insulation tape resulted in similar overheating.
To safeguard against future issues and gain customers’ trust again, Samsung has implemented an 8-point Battery Safety Check Test then. The extensive tests are aimed at creating a new standard for battery safety.
Besides, Samsung has improved training programs for everyone involved in the handling of batteries and dedicated teams to handle each core component of the device. A battery advisory group has been commissioned, consisted of experts from the University of Cambridge, UC Berkeley, and Stanford University. It ensures the company maintains a clear and objective perspective on battery safety and innovation.
The safety measures are also implemented during the design stage, including design, materials, and software, to make sure the system doesn’t put any undue strain on the battery.
To assure safety to the new buyers, Samsung’s head of mobile business, DJ Koh cleared the air by stating that Samsung smartphone’s batteries are safe enough on their several phone release events.
The Note 7 disaster cost them nearly 5 Billion USD. It’s undoubted that they don’t want it happens again. They are making a stronger commitment to safer devices, which deserves our trust once again.
Protective Case Recommended for Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus/ S10E
If you are looking something affordable with decent protection, EasyAcc TPU Case would fit the bill. It’s slim but effectively saving your phone from accidentally dropping cracking with the raised edge design. And it’s made of durable material with stain-proof and non-slip coating, it’s wireless charging friendly and the classical black look just matches everything.
It provides protection and style, the 4 corner air cushions create a shock-absorbing buffer zone to avoid phone cracking. The neat clear soft skin shows off natural beauty of your phone’s design, the inner dotted marks prevent air bubbles and watermarks on the clear back of the phone. Better still, these cases are thin enough to be fully compatible with wireless charging.
This PU leather wallet case might just be the perfect case for your Galaxy S10E, S10& S10+. It’s a folio wallet with three card slots and a cash pocket, with a magnetic closure and a cover that folds into a kickstand. But the inner bumper case detaches from its magnetic hold, so it ends up being just a great leather and TPU rubber case for when you don’t need your wallet.
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