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  • The Galaxy S10 – Samsung's latest flagship phonewith all the bells and whistles

  • a tech enthusiast could ask for is here.

  • But is it durable?

  • Can the under-screen ultrasonic fingerprint scanner handle a few scratches?

  • Do the included headphones use a headphone jack?

  • There's only one way to find out.

  • Let's go.

  • Wait....no....that's not it.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • The Galaxy S10 is the one with the infinity-o display.

  • It's easy to remember because it's kind of got a cheerio in the top corner.

  • As always, we start with the scratch test, which means the included plastic screen protector

  • which means the included plastic screen protector

  • should probably come off first.

  • Samsungs have always held up very well during my durability test.

  • In fact, the first phone I ever tested was a Samsung Galaxy S6 four years ago.

  • And to be honest, physically not much has changed since then.

  • The screen bezels have shrunk of course, giving the S10 a more modern feel.

  • If the screen were made of plastic, it would scratch at a level 3.

  • Sapphire would scratch at a level 8.

  • And here with the S10, we see scratches at a level 6, with deeper grooves at a level

  • 7.

  • The 10 megapixel front facing cheerio camera is tucked up in here, protected by the same

  • Gorilla Glass 6, and unscratchable by my razor blade.

  • We'll go down and check the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner in just a second.

  • The speaker grill is also up here, tucked into the black sliver of a bezel.

  • And it looks to be made of metal with rhombus shaped holes to let the sound through.

  • Fun fact: the rhombus shape is never really naturally found out in nature.

  • Hexagons, on the other hand, are everywhere.

  • Honeycomb, rocks, turtle shells, snake skin, bubbles.

  • It's literally the most efficient and least wasteful shape found in nature, and is structurally

  • sound.

  • And currently makes up dbrand's most textured skin yet called Swarm.

  • Applying this skin will make it appear like you know all kinds of cool nature facts without

  • needing to go outside.

  • Plus, you avoid social interaction altogether with online ordering.

  • Win-win for everyone.

  • Thanks to dbrand for sponsoring this video.

  • Link in the description.

  • Three cameras adorn the back of the S10 this year: a 12 megapixel telephoto, a 12 megapixel

  • normal camera, and a 16 megapixel ultra wide camera.

  • The perfect trifecta, all protected with the flash underneath a slab of glass.

  • I'll pull off the Swarm cuz what we do next happens without protection.

  • Aluminum is the metal of choice this year again for Samsung, even on the buttons.

  • It might not be as durable or heavy as stainless steel, but it is cheaper and easier to work

  • with, and is usually still more structural than plastic.

  • The bottom has a USB-C port that can connect with a keyboard and monitor

  • to act like a PC with decks.

  • It also still has a headphone jack that can accept credit card readers or external microphones,

  • and headphones.

  • Good guy to have around.

  • Bixby is still here, but supposedly can be remapped now to activate another app.

  • Thanks Samsung.

  • The buttons still come out and are actually purple inside this time.

  • Purple might not be my favorite color, but it's consistent on all the buttons.

  • Each of them have the same purple niblets.

  • No purple on the SIM and expandable SD card tray though, even with the removable buttons

  • on the Galaxy S10, it's still IP68 water resistant.

  • It's nice to have that extra protection against liquids.

  • I'll get the buttons back in.

  • Now this might just be my imagination, but every time a new phone comes out, I feel like

  • people seem to collectively lose their minds over the smallest improvements, when in reality,

  • taking a step back shows that not a whole lot has changed in the last few years.

  • Samsung did manage to flip the wireless charging around, so now it can give and receive wireless

  • power.

  • It will be fun to see what it looks like inside during the teardown.

  • Before we check the fingerprint scanner, let's talk about the screen.

  • The smaller bezels do make it look futuristic and cool.

  • Each of Samsung's stock wallpaper is dark in the upper right hand corner to hide the

  • cheerio-looking camera.

  • The S10 has a 6.1 inch infinity-o display, with HDR10 and 1440 resolution.

  • I left my lighter in place for about 30 seconds before a white mark started to appear.

  • But then, when the heat was removed, the pixels completely recovered and went back to normal.

  • Flame still evaporates the outer oleophobic coating of course, so don't try this at home.

  • The real reason we're here though is to durability test the new ultrasonic fingerprint scanner

  • the first of it's kind.

  • The ultrasonic scanner uses high frequency sound waves pass through the screen to hit

  • your fingerprint and reflect back down into the sensor.

  • Kind of like that echo location that bats use.

  • Setting up my fingerprint was easy enough.

  • The screen itself doesn't need to illuminate since it's all done with sound waves, and

  • it works super quick, every single time with a cool little ripple animation.

  • But what happens if the front glass becomes scratched or cracked?

  • Will the fingerprint scanner still function?

  • Let's bring over the deeper grooves level 7 pick, and we'll rough up the glass to mimic

  • a substantial amount of abuse.

  • We can all agree that this phone is much more scratched than could ever happen naturally

  • out in the wild.

  • It's pretty brutal and almost makes me sad inside, but science must continue.

  • Even with the heavy unrealistic abuse, the fingerprint scanner is able to read the high

  • frequency sound waves bouncing from my already programmed fingerprint, and unlocks the phone

  • every single time with no struggles.

  • Thumbs up for that.

  • It's good to know that normal scratches will never inhibit the fingerprint reader.

  • We'll check and see what happens with cracks in the glass in just a second.

  • First we got to try the bend test.

  • With only minor changes to the overall glass sandwich design in the last four years.

  • Samsung phones have always been super solid, and this Galaxy S10 is no exception.

  • Whether pressure is applied from the front or the back, there is no flex to the phone,

  • and no glass separation on the back panel or the front screen.

  • No kinks, no cracks, and no damage done to the water resistance to the phone.

  • The Galaxy S10 passes the bend test and is an impressively solid phone.

  • What happens though if there are cracks over the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner?

  • Would cracks be enough to deflect the sound waves and disable the fingerprint scanner.

  • Let's bump things up to a level 8 beyond scratches and deeper grooves, this level 8 pick creates

  • gouges that only sapphire resists, effectively imitating cracks in glass.

  • The glass directly above the scanner is a mess now and unfortunately the fingerprint

  • scanning ability is not able to function.

  • Completely unable to recognize my fingerprint.

  • The ultrasonic fingerprint scanner is out of order.

  • Yeah I can draw a pattern and use the less secure face ID, but the fingerprint scanner

  • is no more.

  • A while ago, MKBHD took sandpaper to scuff up the glass over an optical in-screen scanner,

  • and afterward it still functioned just fine.

  • So in comparing the two side by side, my initial impression is that the ultrasonic scanners,

  • like the one in the S10, are more affected by scratches than an optical scanner would

  • be.

  • Either way, technology is pretty cool.

  • If you want a feature rich premium smartphone with all the bells and whistles currently

  • available, the S10 is the phone for you.

  • But it's kind of also just another rectangle with marginal improvements over last year's

  • phone.

  • I'm going to keep using my Galaxy S8 Plus for a little while longer.

  • I don't feel the need to switch just yet.

  • You can always plop a skin on your old phone and pretend it's new, and then take that $1,000

  • you just saved and fly to Hawaii and back.

  • Who knows, maybe nature is worth visiting.

  • Feel free to spam my Twitter with natural hexagons if you go outside, and use your fingerprint

  • to hit the subscribe button.

  • Thanks for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

The Galaxy S10 – Samsung's latest flagship phonewith all the bells and whistles

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Galaxy S10の耐久性テスト - 超音波指紋スクラッチ? (Galaxy S10 Durability Test - Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scratched?!)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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