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Get Your Hands On The Samsung Galaxy S10 Range at The Galaxy S10 Studio This Weekend

Samsung Galaxy S10

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is now available in South Africa and I absolutely loved my time with the Samsung Galaxy S10+. You can check out my full review of the device but I am calling it, “Samsung’s Greatest Galaxy”.

We also put together a video review of the device which you can check out below. It is the best way to see the device in action as we put everything it has to offer to the test.

Samsung has been offering some great opportunities to get some hands-on time in with their latest flagship devices in the form of what they are calling the Samsung S10 Studio. I attended the studio in Sandton City last weekend and it was great.

The pop-up location has 9 different installations where all of the best features of the Galaxy S10 range are on display. From testing out Fortnite to trying out the awesome 123-degree wide-angle lens and even the great back-to-back wireless charging. Think of the studio as a showcase to everything that makes the Galaxy S10 range so fantastic.


On the day, we were even treated to a short but sweet performance by Samsung’s Brand Ambassador, Cassper Nyovest that popped by and brought the crowds along with him.

For those who have been wanting to get some more time with Samsung’s latest devices, you can as the last weekend of the Samsung Galaxy Studio is taking place across South Africa. If you’re in Durban, get to the Gateway shopping centre. Johannesburg will house the Samsung Studio at Sandton City in the Checkers square and in Cape Town, you can see it all for yourself at the Canal Walk shopping centre.

Be sure to get involved, dance a little, check out the cool camera features, play a little Fortnite and post everything you get up to on Twitter and Facebook using the #GalaxyS10Studio tag. Samsung will also be giving away prizes throughout the weekend so make sure to enter all the tournaments and competitions.

Marco Cocomello

Managing Editor at Glitched Africa
Marco Cocomello