The S10 Plus is an awesome phone from the Android platform and this is the review for S10 Launcher - a new plus theme with one interface. The S10 Plus has been a complete success as a smartphone by Google, as it's packing a huge amount of features and power in a small, yet powerful package. It's no secret that smartphones are becoming increasingly similar in performance as they gain in size and pixel density, so what really sets the Plus apart is the physical home button on the side. This allows the user to launch any app directly from the phone's home screen, so if you're interested in some quick and useful features then this could be what you're looking for.
In terms of design the phone has a very nice smooth touch screen interface and all the apps I installed worked flawlessly. The biggest draw back of the phone however is the fact that it lacks any sort of internal storage for media such as movies. So, if you want to download a lot of media it's important to plug the phone in using a USB cable or have it connected to your PC or laptop. The lack of internal memory is not a huge issue, as the amount of stored media on the S10 Plus is only around 200 MB. The interface does its job though, allowing you to browse your media and the like quite easily.
The one big feature that brings it close to its competitors is the Sense widget. This basically functions like the stock browser on most Android handsets and it can be used by installing any app you want. Unfortunately this Sense feature is only supported on the rooted phones and it also means that any app you use on the phone will display in the standard Android interface. You can however use this feature if you unlock your phone, as it will work on any provider. So this is basically an incomplete review of the S10 Plus, as we haven't had a chance to test out the other features offered on this phone. We will, however, continue to look at devices from Samsung and see what they can do.