It’s refreshing to see the Galaxy S10e, a handset with most of the power possessed by its peers, come in at… well, cheaper. Now those with less well-endowed bank accounts can experience top-shelf smartphone bliss.
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And lest you think that Samsung’s slightly smaller, more affordable option isn’t worthy of your attention, it’s time to point out just what the Galaxy S10e is capable of. This handset occupies a category all of its own, and it’s only ‘budget’ if you’re looking at the price. Promise.
Apple did something interesting with the iPhone XR: it released a phone that (mostly) looked like its iPhone XS flagship, but skimped on some specs to deliver a comparable experience at a lower (but hardly cheap) price.
In classic Samsung fashion, the Korean giant is now doing much the same with the Galaxy S10E. Revealed alongside the base Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+, the Galaxy S10E keeps the powerful processor, colourful glass, and reverse wireless charging, but opts for a smaller, lower-resolution flat panel, and trims elsewhere as well.
Samsung’s latest and greatest smartphone is here at last. Well, it’s nearly here – 8 March, the Galaxy S10’s launch date, is right around the corner and you don’t want to be caught out without one. That’s why just about everyone has Samsung’s newest device family available for pre-order. If you want one on Day One, you’re going to have to reserve it.
Samsung’s unveiled three new S-series handsets alongside its new wearables and the Galaxy Fold.
We’re a few weeks out from the official Galaxy S10 event, which means that it’s…