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Control your device with gestures

Get around with a swipe and a pull. Gestures are now quicker and more intuitive than ever. Go backwards and forwards, pull up the home screen, and swipe up to see your open apps. All super smooth.

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Take action as you reply

In Android 10, you get more than just suggested responses to your messages. You also get recommended actions. So, if a friend asks you out to dinner, your phone will suggest a reply. Then it’ll also pull up directions right in Google Maps. It even works in messaging apps like Signal.

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Keep your photos safe and sound

Google Photos organises and backs up your photos automatically. It gives you free, unlimited storage at high quality, so you won’t run out of space for all your snaps. You can find them easily by searching for places and things. And turn them into stories you can share.

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Leave your wallet at home

You don’t have to search through your pockets to find change for your coffee. Or type in endless card details when you’re ordering something online. Google Pay makes it all so much simpler – by letting you pay through your phone. Simply save your cards to your Google Account and use it to pay on sites, in apps, and in stores. It protects your payment info with multiple layers of security and makes it easy to send money, store tickets, or cash in on rewards – all from one convenient place.

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Samsung Galaxy S10+

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has loads of new features, using cutting-edge tech. From a super high definition WQHD screen to an Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner, for added security.

What are the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S10+?

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has a 6.4-inch WQHD, edge-to-edge Infinity-O Display, with two front-facing cameras and three rear cameras, with ultra-wide and ultra-zoom lens capabilities.

The Galaxy S10+ is the first Samsung phone with the ability to take 4K ultra-high definition videos with a front-facing camera.

And buffering is a distant memory. The Galaxy S10+ has enough power to make every task faster and smoother, with the 512GB model coming with 8GB or 12GB of RAM.

What comes with the Samsung Galaxy S10+?

In your Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ box you you’ll get:

  • your Galaxy S10 device
  • charging brick (fast charging adapter)
  • USB Type-C cable for data transfer and charging
  • OTG adapter (to connect USB pen drive to the phone)
  • AKG earbuds (with a 3.5mm jack pin)
  • a quick start guide.

Is the Galaxy S10+ dual sim capable?

The Samsung S10e, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+ all have dual sim capabilities. Just open your sim tray, add another nano sim, and you’re good to go.

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10+ waterproof?

The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is water resistant up to 1.5 metres for 30 minutes. So it’ll survive a splash, but don’t try and take it with you when you go scuba diving.

How do I unlock my Galaxy S10+?

One of the new features of the Galaxy S10+ is its lack of a physical on-screen fingerprint scanner. 

It has an inbuilt fingerprint scanner that sits under the phone’s screen. It’ll recognise your fingerprint by sending a sonar wave through the screen, which maps your finger in more detail than a traditional scanner.

How do I take a screenshot on the Galaxy S10+?

There a lots of ways to take a screenshot on your Galaxy S10+. Take a look below to see which one works for you.

Here’s how to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S10+:

  1. The button combination screenshot
    • The easiest way to take a screenshot on your device is to use the standard button combination.
    • Simply hold the power button and volume button for about 2 seconds, until you see a flash on screen.
  2. Palm swipe to capture - Take a picture using the side of your palm.
    • Open the Settings app.
    • Scroll down to Advanced features.
    • Tap Motions and gestures.
    • If it doesn’t say On - Palm Swipe to capture, toggle the switch to the right of Palm swipe to capture.
    • Tap Palm swipe to capture and view the explanation and demonstrative gif.

    Now to try it out. Open an app or website you want to capture.
    Place the side of your palm on the edge of the screen.
    In one fluid motion, swipe the side of your palm horizontally across the screen.

  3. Scrolling Capture: This lets you to take one super-tall screenshot of the screen by scrolling in one fluid motion. Scrolling capture will only work when scrolling from top to bottom.
    • Open the app or website you want to capture and make sure you’re at the top of the page.
    • Use the button combo or palm gesture to activate the screenshot.
    • Tap the scroll capture icon (looks like two downward arrows).
    • Scroll as much as you like. Then once you’re done, tap outside the screenshot options strip to finish.
  4. Bixby Voice: Use Bixby Voice if you don’t have your hands free.
    • Open the app or website you want to capture.
    • Press and hold the Bixby button or say “Hey Bixby”.
    • Say “Take screenshot”. The screen will flash and the screenshot tool strip will appear, just as it does for the swipe button triggered screenshots.

Does the Samsung Galaxy S10+ have 5G?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is an entirely separate model to the Samsung Galaxy S10+, meaning if you have the standard Samsung Galaxy S10+, it won’t be 5G ready. This is because the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has an enhanced processor to handle the quicker download and running speeds that 5G demands. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G also has a slightly bigger screen and a 3D Depth Camera.
Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

If you already have a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and your phone isn’t getting 5G, don’t worry. 5G is being rolled out in different cities at different times; it may take a while for the area that you live in to get 5G. To find out the areas that are getting 5G first, check out our 5G page.

Samsung Galaxy S10

What are the Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a 6.1-inch WQHD, edge-to-edge Infinity-O Display, with a 10MP front camera and three rear cameras with ultra-wide and ultra-zoom lens capabilities. No Samsung phone before the Galaxy S10 has had the capabilities to take 4K ultra-high definition videos with a front-facing camera.

And with the Galaxy S10, buffering is a distant memory. It has enough power to make every task faster and smoother, with the 128 and 512GB models coming with 8GB and 12GB of RAM respectively.

What comes with the Samsung Galaxy S10?

In your Galaxy S10 box you’ll get:

  • your Galaxy S10 device
  • charging brick (fast charging adapter)
  • USB Type-C cable for data transfer and charging
  • OTG adapter (to connect USB pen drive to the phone)
  • AKG earbuds (with a 3.5mm jack pin)
  • a quick start guide.

Is the Galaxy S10 dual sim capable?

The Samsung S10e, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus all have dual sim capabilities. Just open your sim tray, add another nano sim, and you’re good to go.

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus waterproof?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is water resistant up to 1.5 metres for 30 minutes. So it’ll survive a splash, but don’t try and take it with you when you go scuba diving.

How do I unlock my Galaxy S10?

One of the new features of the Galaxy S10 is its lack of a physical on-screen fingerprint scanner.

It has an inbuilt fingerprint scanner that sits under the phone’s screen. It’ll recognise your fingerprint by using its advanced Ultra-sonic Fingerprint Scanner which sends a sonar-wave through the screen, and maps your finger in more detail than a traditional fingerprint scanner.

How do I take a screenshot on the Galaxy S10?

There a lots of ways to take a screenshot on your Galaxy S10. Take a look below to see which one works for you.

Here’s how to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S10:

  1. The button combination screenshot
    • The easiest way to take a screenshot on your device is to use the standard button combination.
    • Simply hold the power button and volume button for about 2 seconds, until you see a flash on screen.
  2. Palm swipe to capture - Take a picture using the side of your palm.
    • Open the Settings app.
    • Scroll down to Advanced features.
    • Tap Motions and gestures.
    • If it doesn’t say On - Palm Swipe to capture, toggle the switch to the right of Palm swipe to capture.
    • Tap Palm swipe to capture and view the explanation and demonstrative gif.

    Now to try it out. Open an app or website you want to capture.
    Place the side of your palm on the edge of the screen.
    In one fluid motion, swipe the side of your palm horizontally across the screen.

  3. Scrolling Capture: This lets you to take one super-tall screenshot of the screen by scrolling in one fluid motion. Scrolling capture will only work when scrolling from top to bottom.
    • Open the app or website you want to capture and make sure you’re at the top of the page.
    • Use the button combo or palm gesture to activate the screenshot.
    • Tap the scroll capture icon (looks like two downward arrows).
    • Scroll as much as you like. Then once you’re done, tap outside the screenshot options strip to finish.
  4. Bixby Voice: Use Bixby Voice if you don’t have your hands free.
    • Open the app or website you want to capture.
    • Press and hold the Bixby button or say “Hey Bixby”.
    • Say “Take screenshot”. The screen will flash and the screenshot tool strip will appear, just as it does for the swipe button triggered screenshots.

Does the Samsung Galaxy S10 have 5G?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is an entirely separate model to the Samsung Galaxy S10, meaning if you’ve got the standard Samsung Galaxy S10, it won’t be 5G ready. This is because the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has an enhanced processor to handle the quicker download and running speeds of 5G. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G also has a slightly bigger screen and a 3D Depth Camera.
Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

If you already have a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and you’re not getting 5G, don’t worry. 5G is being rolled out in different cities at different times, so it may take a while for your area to get 5G. Check out our 5G page to see which areas are getting 5G first.

Huawei P30 Pro

What are the Huawei P30 Pro’s specifications?

The Huawei P30 Pro has a 6.47-inch FHD, OLED-capacitive touchscreen capable of producing 16 million colours.

The P in P30 literally stands for photography. The Huawei P30 Pro has a Lecia Quad Camera with a Wide and Ultra-Wide-Angle lens, and is capable of up to 5x optical zoom. It uses a 40MP SuperZoom Lens, with a 40MP Super Sensing Camera and Time-of-Flight software to give you the sharpest picture ever on a Huawei device.

And the 23MP front-facing camera makes the P30 Pro even better.

What comes with the Huawei P30 Pro?

In your Huawei P30 Pro box you’ll get:

  • Huawei P30 Pro handset
  • Huawei P30 Pro Type-C earphones
  • USB-C charging cable
  • quick charge power brick
  • Huawei 40W Super Charger
  • eject tool.

Is the Huawei P30 Pro dual sim?

The Huawei P30 Pro offers dual sim capabilities. Just open your sim tray, add another nano sim, and you’re good to go.

How do I unlock the Huawei P30 Pro?

The Huawei P30 Pro uses an in-screen fingerprint scanner that will open your device using a sonar- like wave; one that maps your finger in extreme detail using Huawei’s most advanced technology.

Is the Huawei P30 Pro waterproof?

The Huawei P30 Pro is water and dust resistant and has been certified to survive a splash of water, although its overall resistance will decrease over time.

How do I screenshot on the Huawei P30 Pro?

There are five different ways to screenshot on the Huawei P30 Pro:

Using the hardware

  1. Hold down the volume button and power button simultaneously until you hear the shutter sound.
  2. Open your picture gallery to see your image.

Shortcut icon

  1. Drag down the notification bar at the top of your display.
  2. Tap the screenshot button, which is located to the right-hand side of the middle row.
  3. Open your picture gallery to see your image.

Knuckle taps

  1. As if you were knocking on a friend’s door, knock on the display (gently) twice with your knuckle, and listen for the shutter sound.
  2. Open your picture gallery to see your image.

Partial Screenshot

  1. Using your knuckle, place it on screen and keep it pressed until a fuzzy blue line appears.
  2. Without lifting your knuckle off the screen, draw a line around the part of the screen you want to capture.
  3. Using the icons at the top of the screen, select the shape you want to capture.
  4. Share/edit/save using the buttons at the bottom of the screen.
  5. Open your picture gallery to see your image.

Scrolling screenshot

  1. Using your knuckle, place it on screen and keep it pressed until a fuzzy blue line appears.
  2. Without lifting your knuckle off screen, draw the letter S on the display.
  3. Your device will automatically scroll down and capture a shot of the entire page.
  4. Open your picture gallery to see your image.
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