Here’s why you should be going for the Galaxy S10 in 2022

Don’t abandon Samsung’s flagship from 2019. It is still a terrific phone, just outclassed by the next generation of smartphones. But should you really go for a refurbished Samsung S10 second hand? Well, let’s find out!


Introduction to the Galaxy S10

The Galaxy S10 always suffered from a middle-child syndrome - right since it came out. Somehow, it looked sandwiched between the larger Galaxy S10 Plus, and the cheaper S10E. In fact, an increasing number of people went for the more lavishly appointed S10 Plus. In fact, when Samsung decided to launch the S10 lite in the latter half of the year, the identity crisis became worse for the S10, and it was placed in limbo regarding its positioning in the market, but nonetheless, it continued to be a pretty sought-after model from the line-up. After all, the S10 was the device tasked with carrying forward the S-lineage.

Over the years, Samsung has continued to offer feature-packed premium devices in the form of the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, the Note series, and even the Z Fold 2. Of course, these handsets are superior to the S10 - be it in terms of camera improvements, better battery, or a display with a high refresh rate. So, a refurbished Samsung device like the S10 (a refurbished Samsung UK) will be no match against some of the more modern devices, but can still be a great buy for people looking to wield a high-end phone at a reasonable price.


Galaxy S10 Specifications

In spite of being from 2019, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is still a great device. The display, the battery, and the camera, make it worth a buy even today. Basically, it’s just a watered-down version of the all-so fantastic S10 Plus handset. So, here’s a brief lowdown of the specifications that make the refurbished Samsung S10 second hand worth checking out.

  • The handset comes with an aluminum frame with glass front and back panels.
  • It features a 6.1-inch dynamic AMOLED display with 1440 x 3040 pixels screen resolution.
  • The display comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 6 protection. On the other hand, the rear glass panel comes with Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
  • The handset is powered by Qualcomm’s SM8150 Snapdragon 855 processor and includes an Adreno 640 GPU.
  • It is available in 6GB and 8GB RAM options. As for the handset memory, it is available in 128GB and 512GB UFS 2.1 storage options.
  • The Galaxy S10 sports a triple camera setup at the rear. Two 12 MP lenses (wide and telephoto), and another 16MP lens for super steady videos.
  • The main camera comes with OIS support and can record videos up to 4K at 60fps.
  • The Galaxy S10 has a single 10 MP camera that can record videos up to 4K at 60fps, and comes with gyro-EIS and OIS support.
  • It sports a 3.5mm audio jack tuned by AKG, and a USB Type-C 3.1 port.
  • Like any other Samsung premium device, the Galaxy S10 also comes with Samsung DeX and Samsung Pay support.
  • It has a 3400 mAh battery that offers 15W fast charging as well as 15W Qi/ PMA wireless charging.

Why buy a refurbished Galaxy S10?

The short answer to that question would be, well, why not? Yes, it is a well-accepted fact that the Samsung S10 was launched quite some time back, and there are more advanced devices that are available on the market at this point in time, but the fact remains that this is a smartphone that proved to be a turning point for the brand, especially after the Note fiasco.

The phone packed some of the best hardware bits that Samsung could lay its hands on, back in 2019, and it must be said that these pieces aren’t obsolete in any way whatsoever. When it comes to the chipset, it remains one of the best and the most efficient ones out there. The Super AMOLED display is still one of the best ones in the segment, with the camera proving to be extremely rich and crisp for what it offers.

Now, you may be thinking, what about 5G compatibility, an aspect on which the Samsung S10 second hand would lag in, big time?

Let’s face it, 5G phones aren’t becoming the norm any time soon, and premium smartphones have become way beyond anyone’s reach. Thus, opting for a premium but refurbished device makes complete sense in 2022. It is the only way people can lay their hands on quality smartphones without digging a hole in their pocket. Moreover, even by today’s standards, the Galaxy S10 is still quite feature-rich and is worth your time and money.


Why choose us?

We at 247MobileShop have been around for quite some time now and understand the need for quality smartphones at all price points. This is why, we offer quality refurbished devices, including refurbished Samsung UK, at industry-best rates. That is not all! At 247MobileShop, we make sure that you get nothing but the absolute best. That’s why, we take extra care to make sure that the device you buy meets your expectations. All our refurbished handsets go through extensive and rigorous quality tests, so that you can rest easy knowing that your device meets the standards.


There’s more to 247MobileShop than what meets the eye! All our refurbished handsets come with a 12-month warranty, which you can have further extended. Pay a small fee and extend the warranty up to 24 or 36 months, depending on how long you wish to continue using the device.


Lastly, we at 247MobileShop have taken it upon ourselves to do something for the planet and the ecosystem around us. Thus, by selling refurbished handsets we’ve been trying to lower the carbon footprint around us. Moreover, our team plants ten saplings for every refurbished device sold. So, if you plan to become a part of this, you can get yourself a quality refurbished handset as well.


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