Nokia Maze Max vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus: 12GB RAM, Triple 16MP Cam!
Let’s kick off the match between Nokia Maze Max vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus with 12GB RAM, triple 16MP cameras and more. Check it out!
Nokia Maze Max vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus specs
First, Nokia Maze Max 2019 is one of the anticipated smartphones to launch this year. Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is the latest flagship of the company. Concerning the display, Nokia Maze Max 2019 specs offer a 6.46-inch Super AMOLED with 4K resolution. Besides, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus specs sport a large 6.4-inch Dynamic AMOLED with the resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels. Thus, the Nokia flagship wins this round.
Powering the Nokia Maze Max 2019 is Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, while Samsung flagship runs on Exynos 9820 Octa or Snapdragon 855. Furthermore, Nokia beast arrives with 10GB RAM and 256GB/ 512GB ROM. Moreover, Samsung handset offers different versions: 1 TB, 12 GB RAM, 128/512 GB, 8 GB RAM. As both devices are expandable up to 512 GB, Samsung handset the bigger storage option.
According to what we learned so far, Nokia Maze Max 2019 and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus both work on Android 9.0 Pie. How about the optics? First, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus camera sports a triple system of 12 MP+12 MP+16 MP rear sensors and a dual 10MP+8MP selfie lenses. Meanwhile, Nokia Maze Max 2019 camera packs a dual 32MP rear sensor, while the selfie shooter has 24MP. Therefore, Samsung handset keeps dominating the fight with the stronger optics. On the other side, Nokia Maze Max 2019 bears a massive 8000mAh juice box, while this figure in Samsung beast is 4100mAh.
Nokia Maze Max vs Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus release date and price
Nokia Maze Max 2019 release date is in the third quarter of this year, while Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus got the launch already. Speaking of the cost, Nokia Maze Max 2019 price begins at $859 ~ Rs. 58, 763. Otherwise, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus price should start at 1050 EUR (around Rs. 85,000). In our opinion, the Nokia flagship is perhaps stronger with the powerful core and an affordable tag. Do you think so?