The Galaxy S10E, Samsung’s best-value buy among the S10 phones, and I’m still just as sold. While it may seem downright boring compared to the 6.7-inch, quad-cameraor the , the S10E is also much more of a sure thing, and reliability is a pretty universally chart-topping trait when it comes to buying a new phone. The S10 5G will only be as fast as its supporting networks, and… well, you know all about .
The best thing about the Galaxy S10E is that it’s a complete and tidy package that shares the same core features as the $1,000, but for a much lower sum. Starting at $750, the Galaxy S10E is a high-value home run with very few flaws. In fact, two Galaxy S10E “trade-offs” might actually solve potential problems you might have with the larger Galaxy S10 Plus. The “E” may stand for “Essential”, but it also stands for “Excellence.”
To dig a little deeper, the S10E uses the same Android Pie interface with Samsung’s One UI on top and best-in-show Snapdragon 855 chipset inside. The screen is great, battery life is very strong, and you can use the phone to wirelessly charge Qi-enabled devices. You can fling as much water and dust on it as any other Galaxy S10 phone.