The Samsung S10 is still easily identifiable as an S series handset, but it has received an upgrade that makes turn heads. All screen handsets are the most popular on the market at the moment, and this is no exception, gone are the traces of bezel edging and instead a sleek and gentle curve to the phone screen. The weight of the handset defines this as being a top of the range handset, and the glass and metal finish is a real sign of quality. With the larger size phones being popular it makes sense that this is a sizeable phone and on a par with the competition at the same level. On the rear of the handset, there has been some change. Gone is the fingerprint scanner and this has caught up with others and been replaced with a soft onscreen scanner. The rear is mainly devoted to the camera housing, and this is a triple lens offering with a LED flash built in. The front-facing camera has been hidden in the punch-hole sited at the top right-hand corner of the front. We know that phones of this size can be operated one-handed and it does sit well in the hand, but of course, two hands is easier. The handset clocks in at 6.1inches and boasts a screen resolution of 1440x3040 which is really great for things like online gaming.