The Galaxy S10 + is Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. And in typical Samsung fashion, it's thrown into the kitchen sink, packed with features. The range ranges from novelties like reverse wireless charging to meaningful upgrades like the 4100mAh battery. Furthermore, the Galaxy S10 + has the latest and greatest in silicon. For Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and India, the specs include the Exynos 9820 octa-core SoC, Mali-G76 MP12 GPU, and 8GB of RAM. The US version has the same amount of memory, but it has Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 processor and Adreno 640 GPU. According to our Samsung Galaxy S10 + review, the Exynos version proved to be an absolute beast. in terms of benchmarks.
That said, if you're planning on using all the Galaxy S10 + has to offer, you'll probably play your fair share of the game. To find out how well it performs in real-world performance, we've taken some of the more favorite, graphics-intensive games for a spin. These include PUBG Mobile, Fortnite, Asphalt 9 and Arena of Valor. If you're serious about gaming on your phone, here's what you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 +.

Before playing a game, set the resolution on your Galaxy S10 +

Samung Galaxy S10 + supports multiple resolutions. In our Samsung Galaxy S10 + review we noted that the phone has a native resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels, out of the box it is lowered down to 1080x2280.

You can change this in the Settings menu with the help of the slider to hit its native 1440x3040 resolution or drop it down to 720x1520 pixels. The lowest resolution makes the text appear jagged and also reduces detail in the game, for a less-than-ideal experience. Personally, we prefer the highest resolution or WQHD + option as it is called.
Fortnite has a similar increase. Be it Epic preset with 30 fps or high preset with 60 fps, down to 1080x2280 saw the Galaxy S10 + battery drop seven percent instead of 11 while even going up to 720x1520 when The battery also drops by 5 percent during 25 minutes of gameplay. Remember this is when we connect to Wi-Fi with Dolby Atmos, so your mileage may vary.
Your mileage may also vary depending on the games you play and other settings such as Adaptive battery, which is disabled by default. Keeping the resolution lower while playing Fortnite and PUBG Mobile is a sensible choice if you're ready to fight on the go and don't have a charger in hand with the 1080x2280 is the draw between power efficiency and fidelity Picture.

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10 + the best Android gaming phone?

The Samsung Galaxy S10 + has shown a consistently great experience across every title. Welcome energy savings thanks to the ability to change resolutions, and you have an engaging, versatile mobile gaming option.

With some smartphones using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC coming soon, it will be interesting to see how they compare with what Samsung has to offer. As it stands, the Samsung Galaxy S10 + launched in India alongside the Exynos 9820 SoC company is one of the better options offered.