In this video and article we will show you how to transfer data Oppo to Samsung. This will transfer content, such as music, clips, photos, messages and contacts from Oppo to Samsung S10. We do this by using the WIFI and USB connector along with the Samsung Smart Switch software. The hardware in this video is the Oppo R11 and Samsung Galaxy s10e.
This method works without moving your Sim card. So it will make a backup of all your data on your phone. So grab your USB connector adapter, it should have come with your Samsung device and then plug it into your USB cable. Plug both ends of this cable into your Oppo and Samsung. Next on your Samsung phone the Smart Switch software should pop up automatically and if you just tap ok on the menu. So the next step is to select new or old phone.
You will need to turn on file transfer mode on the old phone. In this case Oppo phone. So swipe down from the top of your Oppo phone and select charging via USB. And then tap on the photo transfer option. It will say open Smart Switch on your old device. So go to the Play.Google.com site and download a copy if you don’t already have it.
Transfer data Oppo to Samsung – Choose what data you want
The phone should then ask you to choose what data you want to move across from phone to phone. Simply choose the data you want to transfer and the Transfer button.
If you have allow of data to transfer across, just make sure you have fully charged both phones so they don’t run out of juice halfway through the transfer. If you don’t have the USB connector you can still transfer your data via WIFI.
In this article we will show you the Samsung Galaxy s10e unboxing and firstlook. The first thing you will notice about Samsung’s s10 models is the annoying notch at the top of the phone is now gone. The display is called the infinity o display and the removal of the notch can make for a more cinematic experience.
ULTRASONIC FINGERPRINT SENSOR
On the S10 and the S10 plus you get the use of a hidden biometric sensor. You can use this sensor by pressing the display and it will automatically unlock your phone. Samsung is the first company to use this technology. However it was Qualcomm’s ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint technology. The S10e which features in our video only has capacitive fingerprint sensor on the side of the phone.
REDUCTION IN BLUE LIGHT
Samsung say that they have reduced the blue light amount on these phones by as much as 42-percent. And this is without having to change the colour of the display. This is really good news for your eyes which might be another good reason to upgrade.
The s10 range comes in quite a few different colours depending on which model you buy. But do you really need to choose a colour when you will probably cover the phone with a protective phone case anyway? Also depending on your country you should be able to get the following colours. Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Blue, Flamingo Pink, Prism Green. For the S10 Plus premium price phone you will have the extra options of Ceramic White and Ceramic Black. These day I think you can easily get away with a black or white model and then choose a nice colour case to go with it.
When choosing which model you want also you will have different capacity options. Starting from 128gb to 1 TB.
For me personally the I like this phone because of the blue light reduction. Its a great selling point knowing that the phone might be healthier on my eyes.