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Samsung Galaxy S10: What’s New In This Samsung Flagship Smartphone?

So what’s new in this smartphone? Here are some of the highlights of Galaxy 10

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This week Samsung launched its flagship smartphone Galaxy 10 series in India. Tenth year of the phone that been a game changer in the premium Android segment, Galaxy 10 series does raise the bar from what’s available presently in the premium android segment.  Consider this the topmost variant, Galaxy 10+, comes with a 1TB storage, 12 GB RAM priced at Rs.1,17,900. That’s almost like carrying a laptop packed in the size of a smartphone.

Galaxy 10 New Features

So what’s new in this smartphone? Here are some of the highlights of Galaxy 10

Wireless Charging & Wireless Power Share - This is probably one of the best things about the new Galaxy 10. You can charge compatible devices wirelessly simply by placing on the smartphone.

New Display - New Infinity-O display. Plus  Galaxy S10+ has a new 6.4

Camera - On the rear is a triple camera with Ultra wide, Wide and Telephone modes.  On the front there is a camera upgrade to a dual front camera from a single one.

Battery with AI - Galaxy 10+ has a 4100 mAH with inbuilt AI to optimize power use.

OS -  Android 9.0 

Variants and Pricing

Galaxy S10+ is  available in 1TB, 512GB and 128GB storage variants  at price Rs 1,17,900, INR 91,900 and INR 73,900 respectively. Galaxy S10’s 512GB variant is priced at INR 84,900, the 128GB variant at INR 66,900. Galaxy S10e comes with only 128GB storage variant in Prism Black and Prism priced at INR 55,900.

Kent CamEye

Kent CamEye is next generation automotive security device. Fixed near the rear view mirror you can monitor what’s going on in your car on your smartphone, as well as the data is stored in a cloud.  It’s not an just a GPS device but has more on offer.  Especially meant for  chauffeur driven cars where safety of children or family members is of concern.  It also in a way will eliminate potential disputes by providing evidence in road accidents and other mishaps.


Dual camera -  this plug n play device comes with a dual camera setup to monitor 

Live streaming and recording - It uses intelligent video technology  to offer live streaming and recording of both, audio & video of the vehicle.

AI - Face recognition,  GPS tracking, and AI-based smart alerts based on cabin noise & temperature

Cloud storage - Subscription based cloud storage


Priced at Rs.18,000. The cloud subscription is free for first three months and after it’s Rs.6,000 for a year

AQFIT - a smartwatch that measures BP

There a dozens of smartwatches that measure heart rate, steps, calories but none that can measure blood pressure and blood oxygen levels. My main interest in AQFIT was for it’s blood pressure capability.  So what’s in this smartwatch.


  • Waterproof - 5 ATM waterproof
  • Pedometer
  • Heart rate monitor
  • Custom faces
  • Blood pressure measurement
  • Blood oxygen levels
  • Message notifications
  • Weather

Priced at Rs.5999 this watch does have some interesting features. For example it has Bosch and Nordic sensors. The glass used is 5th generation Corning Gorilla glass. The chipset is NRF52832 by Nordic. The core of this chip is m4 which means more efficient battery life and the battery can last even more than 15 days if message notifications etc are turned off.

Coming to the blood pressure measurement I wouldn't call it completely accurate but it does help having something on the wrist that can give an indicative reading once you have calibrated the reading on the smartwatch with the actual blood pressure.  The SPO2 measurement is fairly accurate.  

For the price AQFIT  may well be a handy device for someone who is interested in controlling his blood pressure, if calibrated well. With features such custom faces and others AQFIT is well worth the money.

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