Journal de gadget de Julie – le Samsung Galaxy S10 + m’a laissé tomber et je suis diary gadget de triste Julie

Julie’s gadget diary – The Samsung Galaxy S10+ let me down and I’m sad

Avant de comparer un smartphone pliable, il faut toujours voir les différents appareils disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de regarder les news chaque jours de manière confortable ?

– le Samsung Galaxy S10 + me laisser tomber et je suis triste


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7 réflexions au sujet de “Journal de gadget de Julie – le Samsung Galaxy S10 + m’a laissé tomber et je suis diary gadget de triste Julie”

  1. For her comment on the curved screen and the shadow on the curve who looks at their phone from that angel at all?

    And so its not that the fingerprint sensor is bad its just that her fingerprints don’t work with most fps.

  2. >If you’ve been reading my smartphone reviews for any length of time, you’ve seen me complain about fingerprint scanners before. Problems with them have been an issue for me since phone makers began adding them to their devices. I pretty much resigned myself to the fact that it would be a lifelong affliction. But then I got my Pixel 2 XL and it’s like the clouds parted and the angels began singing. Newer LG phones work for me too. But iPhones not so much and Samsung is another nope.

    It seems she has a lot of problems with fingerprint scanner in general. It should also be noted that some reviewers have also been having fingerprint problems with the Galaxy S10 while some others aren’t having any. I know that Samsung pushed an update to the phones to help with the issue but it seems that she already returned the phone before she could try again

  3. Well, not sure how non-in-screen sensors are in general with Samsung, but the fingerprint sensor on my Galaxy Tab S3 is hell in a hand basket unless you steadily and stably position your finger just the right way on the home button… The tablet is absolutely perfect except for the fingerprint sensor. I guess Samsung’s logic of « excellent device, shitty fingerprint sensor » isn’t new. For me the fingerprint scanner isn’t really too important, so I can live with that so long as the rest of the device is perfect. I have gotten used to the finger positioning over the nearly two years I’ve owned said tablet, so it is not that big of an issue, although I still mostly just type in my standard 4-digit pin.

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