Got your eye on the latest flagship smartphone from Samsung, but don’t want to fork out a load of money? The Galaxy S10E might just be the phone for you.
Here’s what the Galaxy S10e has to offer:
At 5.8 inches, the Samsung Galaxy S10e is the smallest of the three S10 phones, and its also the cheapest. It sports a gorgeous, crystal-clear, AMOLED screen and edge-to-edge display with super tough, Corning Gorilla Glass 5, too.
Thankfully, Samsung has also moved away from that nasty notch, instead opting for a pinhole camera at the top right-hand corner of the screen.
In typical Samsung fashion the phone is a joy to use too, with Samsung incorporating Android 9.0 Pie operating system; the same as its predecessor - the Samsung Galaxy S9.
Specs and features
Here are some of the phone’s other key specs and features:
- Processor - the Samsung S10e uses a powerful Quantum 855 chip, the same kind as the S10 and the S10 Plus.
- Camera - on the camera-front, the S10e sport a dual 16MP ultra-wide and 12MP zoom camera at the back and a single, 10MP camera at the front.
- Finger print scanner - a finger-print scanner sits on the side of the device embedded into the power button.
- Battery and storage - The S10e has a 3,100mAh battery along with wireless charging capabilities. Memory-wise, the S10E has 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM. It's also worth noting that with an SD card, the S10e will support up to 512Gb worth of storage.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e will cost £669, making it the cheapest of Samsung’s new S10 releases.
The Samsung Galaxy S10e will be available to by March 8.
Given all its specs and features, the Samsung Galaxy S10e is an impressive handset indeed; ideal for anyone looking for less bezel, increased battery life, a powerful processor and a more manageable price-tag.
What's the cheapest Galaxy S10E?
So, although Galaxy S10e is cheap compared to the S10 and S10 Plus, you don’t necessarily need to pay out a chunk of money in one go to get your hands on one.
Comparing offers is a great way to save money, and companies like giffgaff are likely to have cheaper deals compared to the big providers.
Also, going through a mobile reseller rather than through a network could also save you money, as they usually sell the same plans on those operators but at cheaper prices.
Which networks sell the Galaxy S10e?
Here is where to start looking for the best Galaxy S10e deals:
Vodafone - Vodafone are great at finding cheap mobile plans. They offer an array of pay monthly plans, SIM-Only offers, and its 'Red' 4G plans.
EE - are a dab-hand at providing cheap mobile offers, too. Whether you’re looking for a phone contract, SIM-Only or even a mobile broadband deal, EE have a huge selection of deals to offer.
O2 - existing customers will find an array of special offers, and a wide selection of plans.
Three - Three offer loads of SIM-only and unlimited data plans, you’ll be spoilt for choice with Three.
You can get up to £600 by trading in your current phone with comparison sites like CompareMyMobile and SellMyMobile, dependant on how new your handset is and what condition it’s in.
Galaxy S10e specs
|Release Date||08/03/2019 00:00:00|
|Sim Card Type||Nano|
|Size||69.9mm x 7.9mm x 142.2mm|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Display Size||5.8 inches|
|Screen Type||Super AMOLED|
|Resolution||1080 x 2280 inches|
|Pixels Per Inch||438 ppi|
|Touch Screen Type||Capacitive|
|Processor Cores||Octa Core Cores|
|External Storage||Micro SD|
|Primary Camera||12 MP|
|2nd Camera||10 MP|