Smartphones from Galaxy S10 range are expensive and not everyone can afford to have these. But interestingly, people seem to show interest in the budget mode of Galaxy S10E. Data from BankMyCell reveals that its predecessor Galaxy S9 has lost over 40% of its value in just a period of one month. If price continue to drop, it may lost over 60% of its value in the next two quarters, making it one of the fastest depreciating handsets.
CNET suggest that design of Galaxy S10E is more appealing than the $1,000 Galaxy S10 plus. It is 5.8-inch which is good enough to use with one hand and easy to carry. Comparing the specifications is one thing and using the smartphone in real life is different. The Galaxy S10E is Samsung’s $750 model, which is the smallest, cheapest but powerful smartphone of the Galaxy S series. Some people would think that it is of no use because of its price compare to other models but from what I see so far, the S10E is a strong phone in its own right.
The Galaxy S10E is meant to give you literally everything “Essential”. This is what E stands for with Galaxy S10E. There is only one camera on the front and two on the back. Its sides are straight, not curved. It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset, runs Android Pie with Samsung’ lastest user interface, One UI. It has ability of wireless power sharing and a 128GB starting storage size with up 512GB in external storage. The specs are already better than the Galaxy S9 in every possible way for less than the S9’s price.
With Galaxy S10E you get the same main cameras as the S10 and S10 plus on the back and front. Main 12MP rear camera with OIS, dual aperture lens, 16MP wide-angle lens and 10MP front-facing camera. You don’t get the 12MP telephoto lens like Galaxy S10plus but you can still switch among two different lens views for each camera and use Live Focus portrait shots for that bokeh style depth effect.