The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the best smartphone for Instagram
By Hamnet Azuma 2019-06-20 1475 0
If Facebook loses speed with young people, the group can always count on Instagram to attract millenniums (and others at the same time). However, the application should be more intuitive and better integrated into the system. Not only is it not necessarily obvious to those who are not used to doing a story, but it is often frustrating not to have the entire picture on the screen once it has been cropped to fit the format of the stories.
When designing the Galaxy S10, Samsung worked hand in hand with Instagram to best integrate the social network on his smartphone. So, if you take a picture with your Galaxy S10, you can send it directly to your Instagram story to share your life slices with all your contacts simply and seamlessly.
Clearly, Samsung is trying to rebuild its new image to regain its status as a "cool" brand. It remains to be seen whether these Galaxy S10s will succeed, but our first impressions on these phones are very encouraging. With its photographic qualities, there is no doubt that the Galaxy S10 will convince not only influencers but also the general public.
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