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Samsung Galaxy S10+

One of the best phones 2019. – Samsung Galaxy S10+

  • 6.4” display (1440×3040 pixels)
  • 16 MP camera (2160p)
  • 12GB RAM – Snapdragon 855
  • 4100 mAh battery (Li-Ion)
  • Android 9.0

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With dual SIM support, you can use two numbers and data plans on the Galaxy S10+. When you don’t need the second SIM, simply take it out of the hybrid SIM tray and put a microSD card in its place for extra storage.

Share faster and stay connected even in a crowd — the Intelligent Wi-Fi is faster with Wi-Fi 6 and helps prevent Wi-Fi fraud. Out of Wi-Fi range? You can still hit incredible LTE speeds up to 2.0Gbps for less buffering.




No distractions for a cinematic viewing experience. By utilizing precise laser cutting, the camera has been discreetly tucked away within the display without sacrificing photo quality.

*Default resolution of Galaxy S10+ and S10 is Full HD+, which can be changed to Quad HD+ in Settings.

The next generation, Dynamic AMOLED screen is HDR10+ certified, delivering Dynamic Tone Mapping for amazingly real color and contrast in each scene — even the dark ones. And the brighter screen helps you see it clearly even in bright daylight. Paired with stereo speakers and Dolby Atmos, the experience is truly immersive.

A unique fluid composite in Dynamic AMOLED reduces harmful blue light without changing the color of what’s on-screen. Watch or play late into the night with less eye strain for a better night’s sleep.

The Fingerprint Scanner is moved from the back to the front, creating a revolutionary, on-screen sensor. Using ultrasonic pulses, it detects the 3D ridges and valleys of your fingerprint, so only you can access your phone. It’s secure and convenient — even allowing you to unlock, drag, and hold to open the app you want.

Go for a glossy finish with vibrant, prismatic colors, encased by a polished metal frame for a style that pops. Or check out the durable, sophisticated ceramic finish on Galaxy S10+. The display is constructed with sturdy Gorilla Glass 6 to handle the rigors of everyday life.

Main camera

It’s a full kit of lenses in your pocket. There’s a Telephoto Camera for amazing zoom possibilities, a Wide-angle Camera for everyday moments, and an Ultra Wide Camera for panoramic landscapes.

You’re ready for photos day or night with dual aperture providing day to night light control — adjusting and optimizing light before you tap the shutter. Plus, the powerful processor automatically combines multiple frames of the same low-light moment into one beautiful shot.

*Dual aperture supports F1.5 mode and F2.4 mode.

The powerful, next gen 16MP Ultra Wide Camera lets you fit more in each shot. And in combination with the 12MP Wide-angle and Telephoto Cameras, you can shoot with 2x optical zoom.

With a view that is wider than the Wide-angle Camera, the Ultra Wide Camera delivers a 123 degree field of vision — meaning it sees almost as much as your eyes can.

Shoot wider, taller panoramas — with greater perspective — using the Ultra Wide Camera. It shoots a larger scene in a single frame, horizontally and vertically, so even if you move less it captures more.

Selfie camera

Experience a front camera that’s packed with pioneering mobile innovations, including 4K UHD recording, and dual cameras for artistic selfies with Live focus.

The Selfie Camera detects faces and focuses quickly for stunning self-portraits in a snap.

The new dual front camera lets you experiment with depth of field and artistic effects to change the mood of your selfies.

A Dual Pixel Sensor captures action shots with precision and clarity, for in-focus selfies that are well-lit, even in low light.

Capture incredible 4K UHD videos with a front-facing camera for the first time on a Samsung phone.


Your phone is prevented from overheating and becoming sluggish with advanced hardware like the vapor chamber cooling system, AI-based performance improvements, and a GPU optimized to ensure smooth gameplay. Plus, the long-lasting battery means you can worry less about power mid-game.

The high-resolution Infinity-O Display and Dolby enhanced game mode deliver realistic picture and better sound, while Unity game engine optimization makes your gaming experience feel more powerful.


Get better performance while using less energy with a more resourceful processor and up to 12GB RAM. Even if you’re live broadcasting and playing a graphics-heavy game, your phone runs smoothly. And the addition of an NPU to the AP powers the intelligent camera.

Delete when you want to, not because you have to. The Galaxy S10+ Performance Edition boasts internal storage of up to 1TB, and you can add another 512GB via microSD card for up to a revolutionary 1.5TB of storage space.


Galaxy S10+ learn your daily routine and usage patterns, powering down apps you don’t need. Also, Adaptive Power Saving Mode manages your battery life based on the prediction of your day. And with up to a 4100mAh (typical) battery capacity on Galaxy S10+, you can spend more time living and less time charging.

Developers engineered Galaxy S10+ to charge Qi-certified devices and some Samsung wearable devices like a wireless charger. Simply place the device on top of your phone in the center — no cables necessary. Use it to power up your friend’s phone, or charge your earbuds on the go.

Thanks to the power of Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, Galaxy S10+ wirelessly charge faster than previous Galaxy phones when you use a Samsung Wireless Charger Duo Pad, and with the charger’s Turbo Cooling Fan, you won’t have to worry about your phone overheating.


Immerse yourself in sound by AKG through Galaxy S10’s stereo speakers. Enjoy three-dimensional, Dolby Atmos enhanced audio with astounding clarity, rich symmetry, and louder volume that puts you in the middle of your music and movies.



Worry less about your phone, regardless of the environment. Galaxy S10+ feature an IP68 rating, the highest mobile device standard for water and dust resistance.


Built into the phone’s hardware and software from the start, Samsung Knox protects your phone from the minute it’s turned on. Offering multi-layered security, it defends your most sensitive information from malware and malicious threats.

Pick a method that works for you. Enhanced security via the Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner allows you to access apps securely through Samsung Pass. You can also choose Face recognition, a PIN, pattern, or password.


  • Standout design, top-quality build, unique colors.
  • Spectacular display.
  • Battery life about on par with the best in class (still, we expected better from the numbers).
  • Superb photo and video quality with minor exceptions.


  • Frustrating fingerprint reader experience (to be improved via an update).
  • Low-light selfies are meh.
  • We wish the ultra wide cam had autofocus.
  • Bright night mode isn’t up there with the Pixel’s or Huawei’s night modes.


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Smartphone is definitely smarter than us and is able to keep us addicted to it  !


Phones we choose for you


Beside main function of receiving or making calls there are many other things that are so useful in our daily life , especially if we travel.

Music is one of them. Load up favourite music before go anywhere, and the long waiting times at the airport or in the bus won’t seem so long anymore! (its good to have a good set of earphones. They’re worth it! )

Also, today some websites have a large selection of the latest movies and our favourite TV shows that we can download straight on our phone to watch later. They’re ideal when we want a long flight to go by smoothly! (many websites allow us to download movies and TV series and might be better options if we know how to upload them on our device).

One of the most useful things is of course GPS navigation together with different GPS applications. GPS is great on a road trip or even when walking through a city. The days of the paper map are long gone. So easely it can help us in many situations:

  • Need to know how to get from point A to point B while on foot?
  • Rented a car and want to know the best way to get to the golf course?
  • Finished our 18-holes and need to fill up our tank?
  • Lost in the jungle and want to know where to go?
  • Want to go to the museum with public transit?
  • Visiting a country where there are no addresses?
  • Want to see all the surrounding restaurants and hotels with descriptions, opening hours and reviews?
  • Can’t find the exact location you’re looking for? …

(it is always good advice to download the GPS Maps and applications to our smartphones so we can use it offline).

If it’s true for music and movies it’s true for books also: no need to bring the heavy paper version with us anymore. All we need to do is to download them on our phone! (while electronic books on smartphones are great when travelling, they can be tiring on the eyes. Try some of the many apps that are available – they have different display options and some might be more comfortable for our eye than others).

If we travel to foreign country and can’t understand local language, best thing would be to have translator and dictionary (or even voice recognition option) on our smartphones (usually we would need to have mobile data to use some of these applications offline… however some offline dictionaries can be downloaded if we don’t have WiFi or data available).

Book flights, trains, buses and hotel rooms! Today, 95% of things that need to be booked can be done so online. A lot of businesses have even shut down their call centres and refuse bookings anywhere but online. And finding an internet café can be a hassle. Even worse: business centres in hotels charge crazy rates. Booking everything from our smartphone is the easiest way to go.(our favourite booking websites might have apps and widgets available. Look for them in favourite app store!).

Having a smartphone is like having a computer in our pocket. With our phone, we can keep up with local and international news, we can see what our friends are up to back home, we can upload awesome pictures on our social networks pages, we can follow the local trends of our current location, we can make video calls with our relatives and much more.

There are many accessories that can help us use our smartphones on the road. Here are a few:

– Most phone chargers are equipped with a transformer which means that any power source will charge our phone. However we’ll need to carry an adapter for the power outlets for our destinations.

– Using our phone all day can kill our battery in a flash. Get a phone that has a removable battery  (buy back-up batteries) or buy an external charge (power bank) If phone’s battery cannot be removed.

– If phone has an SD Card slot, buy a 64GB or 128GB card, they’re relatively cheap. We’ll have all the space we need to store our music, videos and books.

after all…

  • In the next 10 years, we expect at least five billion people worldwide to own smartphones, giving every individual with such a phone instant access to the full power of the Internet, every moment of every day ….
  • Smartphones these days keep getting thinner and smarter people the opposite …
  • The average smartphone user checks his or her device every six and a half minutes …

  • The smartphone revolution is under-hyped, more people have access to phones than access to running water. We’ve never had anything like this before since the beginning of the planet.

Our smartphone dear LLET friend has already replaced our camera, our calendar and our alarm clock. Don’t let it replace our family !


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Welcome to LLET World of Knowledge – our World of Happiness and Joy dear friend !

Knowledge is our fuel, every information is one new step to success, every advice is new station, every lesson is one new destination… We can go far together and visit many places in world of knowledge – are you ready?


A huge percentage of what we know came from watching and listening to our parents, experimenting with and testing out new ideas or skills on friends, family, colleagues, and strangers, taking risks and failing or succeeding in front of others, gauging reactions, adjusting and adapting.

All of this is part of the process of lifelong learning, and it is – and always has been highly social – even before blogs, Twitter and Facebook.


Learning sparks social engagement – we often connect with others because we want to learn from them and with them. Let’s then enjoy and learn together, I’m so glad that You are here dear friend – Welcome to one new journey and wonderful adventure…




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