Design

The Galaxy S10 series is the first in Samsung’s lineup to have this new design that they are calling the Prism colors. The one we have here is the Prism White and it does have some funky colors on the phone itself. While the name is white, it is not pure white. Instead it is off white, which surprisingly, has a slight light blue hue to it.

Samsung Galaxy S10+

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Shining light to it at a certain angle reveals that the back has purplish pink hue to it instead. It’s quite difficult to catch this color but we discovered it while taking pictures of the Galaxy S10+.

Samsung Galaxy S10+

Samsung Galaxy S10+

We also got to look at the different colors of the Galaxy S10+ during our trip to Sky Avenue, Genting Highlands, to witness the grand launching of the Galaxy S10 series. There, we saw the ceramic counterparts of the black and white colors.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Genting Sky Avenue
From left to right: Ceramic White, Prism White, Ceramic Black, Prism Black.

In terms of the overall design, the Galaxy S10+ is pretty similar in terms of look and feel compared to its predecessor. The phone is still thin, has curved edges, the general geometry of the phone hasn’t changed since its predecessors. Still beautiful and practical as ever.

Samsung Galaxy S10+

As you might have seen in the picture above, the cutout for the two cameras are at the top right corner. We will talk more about it later.

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