In this guide, you are going to learn how to take a screenshot on Galaxy S10. Taking a screenshot on your Samsung smartphone or tablet is easy.
How To Take a Screenshot on Galaxy S10
We can take a screenshot on Galaxy S10 by using four different methods. The first method is the most straight forward one.
Galaxy S10 Screenshot Using Hardware Buttons
- Go to the screen on your Galaxy S10 where you want to take a screenshot.
- Press the Power button and home button simultaneously and Hold it for 1-2 seconds.
- You will hear a camera shutter sound and the screen will flash white indicating that the selected screen has been captured successfully.
- The taken screenshot will be saved to your gallery automatically.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Screenshot Using Gesture
In this method, you are going to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S10 by using inbuilt gesture options.
- At first, we need to enable the Palm swipe gesture option.
- You can enable the palm swipe gesture option by navigating to the Settings >> Advanced Features >> Palm Swipe to Capture
- Go to the screen which you want to take a screenshot.
- Move your palm on top of the screen from right to left.
- You will hear a camera shutter sound which indicates that you have taken the screenshot successfully.
Galaxy S10 Screenshot Using Notification Bar
- Select the screen on which you want to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S10 mobile phone.
- Pull down the notification bar and tap on the screenshot capture icon.
- That’s it. The screen is captured successfully on your device.
Galaxy S10 Screenshot Using Google Assistant
In this method, we are going to capture your Samsung Galaxy S10 device Screen by using google assistant.
- Go to the screen on which you would like to take a screenshot.
- Press and hold the home button for 2-4 seconds, google assistant will popup on your device screen.
- Then simply say ok google, take a screenshot. You will camera shutter sound or the screen will flash white indicating that the selected screen has been captured successfully.
- You need to save the captured screenshot manually. In this method, the screenshot won’t save automatically like the above methods.
Galaxy S10 Specifications:
Your Galaxy S10 phones runs on Exynos 9820 (8 nm) – EMEA/LATAM
Qualcomm SM8150 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) – USA/China along with a 3400mAh battery and 8GB RAM in the base varient.
I hope you have successfully taken a screenshot on your Samsung Galaxy S10 with our tutorial. Do comment below if you have any other questions.