Mar 5th, 2019

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be released soon and the entire lineup has pretty much found their way into stores around the world, giving would-be customers a way to try the phone before deciding whether or not to buy it. In case you can’t get to a store to check it out for yourself, Samsung has come up with an alternative method.

The company has recently launched a new app called Experience. This app will allow users to “try” out various features of the Galaxy S10 virtually on their own devices. Now, this app won’t magically turn your phone into a Galaxy S10, and admittedly this won’t be quite the same as holding the phone in your hands and tapping on its beautiful and vivid display and taking some test shots on its camera. It should, however, give you a very rudimentary idea of what to expect.

In a way, you could consider this app as being a super extended trailer/walk-through of all the main features that you can expect from the phone, such as its display, its in-display fingerprint sensor, the capabilities of its camera, and also its reverse wireless charging feature.

The app itself is rather sizeable at 2GB so you might want to clear out some space on your phone if you’re running low. Also take note that while Samsung claims that the app is optimized for the Galaxy S9/S9+ and Note 9, it should still work on most Android devices. If you’re interested in checking out the app, it is available for download via the Google Play Store.

Source: PhoneArena

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