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Galaxy S10 experience app lets you take the new flagship for a spin

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Last updated: March 5th, 2019 at 09:35 UTC+01:00

Samsung has released the Galaxy S10 experience app on the Play Store which allows you to take the new flagship for a spin, albeit virtually. The company has been doing this for a couple of years now actually. What these apps do is basically walk you through the core features of the new device.

The company made a similar app for the Galaxy Note 8 as well as the Galaxy S9/S9+. The idea behind the app is obviously to entice Android users to switch to Galaxy. As such, it's being distributed through the Play Store.

Galaxy S10 experience app highlights core features

There are four core sections of the app which highlight features such as the camera systems, in-display fingerprint sensor, Wireless PowerShare and more. It will also allow you to compare the Galaxy S10's specs with older Samsung flagships.

The Galaxy S10 experience app features demos that provide a detailed look at some of the top features of the new flagship. They're definitely more geared towards those who are new to Samsung devices. This app is optimized for the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy S9/S9+. It can obviously run on the Galaxy S10 series as well. You'll find it running on demo units inside retail and carrier stores.

Head over to the Google Play Store to download the Galaxy S10 experience app if you're interested in trying it out. If you like what you see, head over to our Galaxy S10 pre-order deals page to find the best deal for the new flagship.

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