On paper with the specs Samsung did what Apple did with the SOC and the RAM. iPhone 10R had the same chip but a little bit less RAM. Galaxy S10E also has the same Snapdragon 885 like its bigger brothers but it starts with 6GB of RAM instead of 8, but you can upgrade to get a version with more RAM and more storage if you want to spend a little bit more but also to be honest, most people buying phones like this probably won’t notice the difference between 6 and 8GB of RAM anyway.
That’s more about future proofing and overhead and to be fair we will see how these phones perform down the line after the reviews.
This phone has ip68 certification and it also has expandable storage which is great for most users. Another point worth the mention is that given the phone is a little bit smaller, the battery is also a bit smaller. It is a 3100mah power battery in the Galaxy S10E which is still bigger than the battery of last year’s Galaxy S9.
Overall, Galaxy S10E appears to be a pretty great phone that costs just a bit less than Samsung’s other new phones. The sacrifices come in three main areas of display, fingerprint and cameras, but they are still pretty good at all those areas.
Similar to the iPhone 10R first impression, it feels like this is going to be the phone of the new ones that most people should get to save that 150 bucks.
But you can let us know what you think. Would you spend the extra money on the super fancy display, the fingerprint reader and the extra camera or would you save that money?
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