Samsung Galaxy S10 vs Apple iPhone XS
Android against iOS, Samsung against Apple, flagship against flagship
At the end of last month we compared the Plus models from Samsung and Apple’s latest line-up, but of course we do not forget the ‘standard’ versions. In this battle of the Titans the Galaxy S10 against the iPhone XS.
Such comparisons are, of course, always a bit subjective. Yes, the S10 has a much larger battery, but Apple is often known for being able to squeeze a lot of juice from their relatively small batteries. On the other hand, the words ‘Apple’ and ‘battery’ are usually not used in a positive context.
Also the devices are not the same age. The tech market is running at full speed, which makes rapid leaps in technology possible. The iPhone XS came out last September while the S10 is just on the shelves. That gave Samsung half a year extra time to boost their devices.
That said, as far as I am concerned, there is a clear difference between the products. The iPhone is expensive and has few configurations (all with 4GB of RAM) while the S10 has some extra options, not to mention the expandable memory, fingerprint scanner and a headphone jack.
In short, especially for the iPhone if you find the OS toffer, want a more luxury product or simply a fan of Apple. If, on the other hand, you are looking for superior specs or a relatively better price / quality ratio, then it is pretty simple for me.