Samsung Galaxy S10e has almost everything in the S10 and S10 Plus at a cheap price compared to modern phones, and features a 5.8-inch screen, two great quality primary cameras, and an all-day battery.
|A fast phone that you can use with one hand|
|Great camera in size and price|
|Wireless PowerShare is useful|
|The compromise of the dual camera|
|There is no in-screen fingerprint scanner|
|Noticeably thicker than the S10|
|Dimensions||142.2 x 69.9 x 7.9mm|
|Resolution||1080 x 2280|
|Rear camera||16MP + 12MP|
One of the most attractive features of the Galaxy S10e is its smaller size.
As the modern flagship phones get bigger as time passes,
Samsung has steadily moved a group of consumers to smaller phones,
and the Galaxy S10e can be managed like high-end phones that have a width of 2.75 inches.
Samsung has not included the Galaxy line’s tapered Infinity Edge display in this less expensive model, so you will have to accept a flat front screen with sharper and clearer frames.
The Galaxy S10 e comes with a weight of 150 grams,
which is another feather in the cover when compared to the 208 grams iPhone XR.
The Galaxy S10e does not have an in-screen fingerprint scanner like its more expensive brethren,
but Samsung has chosen instead to place a small capacitive sensor inside an extended power button located on the upper right, through our testing we found it surprisingly responsive.
The phone is characterized by durability as it is made of a chrome-coated aluminum frame surrounded by attractive glass and elegant and modern round corners,
and the phone has been issued in many bright colors, and only four colors are available in the United States of America, including: The Pearlescent Prism White, Prism Blue Sparkling and Prism Black And Flamingo Pink.
Galaxy S features a 5.8 inch AMOLED display, with dazzlingly vivid colors and crisp details.
And if you have problems with perfectly balancing the colors, you can set them as you want by fixing them using a feature called Vivid Mode, which does what it says on the box and allows you further adjustment to be warmer, like red, or cooler, like blue, for example.
If these settings are not enough for you you can mess around with the RGB levels individually.
The Galaxy S screen has a resolution setting of 2280 x 1080, and as usual Samsung sets this as its default for its flagship phones, but both the S10 and S10 Plus have a maximum of 3040 x 1440 to get 550 dpi higher.
There is one similarity that the Galaxy S also shares is the hole in the upper-right corner of the screen, as it is the source of the Samsung screen called “Infinity-O”.
Through our testing, it appears that dropping the aperture inside the screen is more attractive than placing it in the corner, as the eye is involuntarily attracted to the unbroken border of the illuminated screen instead of the circular aperture.
Most of the media apps on my Galaxy S phone will automatically block the top and bottom of the screen in black, to accommodate the aspect ratio.
s10e has the exact same primary camera and the exact same ultra wide camera as the s10.
it’s just missing the extra telephoto camera, honestly that’s been totally fine, i don’t really miss it at all.
zoomed in photos will now be digital zoom instead of switching to the telephoto camera, and that’s alright with me.
and keeping the ultrawide camera is sweet. That’s the new camera for the Samsung phones this year.
and like i said, it’s by far the most fun, it’s still softer and a bit more over processed in those photos than the main camera, definitely not as crispy but this is something software updates will continue to improve.
so that’s that with the camera , other than that same really good camera as we’ve had in the s10.
At the bottom of the phone, you will find the USB-C port located in the middle and also the microphone port and the speaker grille.
There is a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The Galaxy S10e features a battery that stays as long as possible, at 3100 mAh, where the phone battery surpasses the 3000 mAh unit inside the Galaxy S9, although the S9 was a slightly larger phone, but you will not notice the difference.
As for the S10e’s wireless charging, it has a faster rate than any Galaxy device before it, thanks to Samsung’s new 12-watt system.
The S10e’s battery lasted up to 9 hours and 41 minutes of webpage streaming using T-Mobile’s LTE network, which is about an hour less than the S9’s 10:52 but still better than the Pixel 3’s 8:27.
There is a feature that distinguishes the Galaxy S10e, where through testing we found that it can charge your other devices wirelessly, as Samsung’s new wireless PowerShare feature, present in the S10 series, turns the S10e into a temporary Qi induction plate, which is incredibly easy to use.
Samsung Galaxy S10e is one of the flagship phones that is characterized by its cheap price as well as reaching the most high levels like its more expensive siblings.
As for the screen, it is characterized by its wonderful screen, fast performance, simple programs that are easy to deal with, in addition to the many specifications and features that make the S10 and S10 Plus wonderful.
Bottom line when we review the Samsung Galaxy S10e for price and size, it is extremely perfect and features a long-lasting battery.
If you are upset about Apple’s decision to discontinue the iPhone SE, there could be no better time to switch to Android and purchase this genius phone.