Samsung Galaxy A10e Review: Pros And Cons

By Amit Chowdhry ● October 15, 2020
  • Here are some of the Samsung Galaxy A10e pros and cons for you to consider before getting one.

The Samsung Galaxy a10e is one of the best-selling smartphones this year. Priced at under $200, the Samsung Galaxy a10e has a long-lasting battery and respectable display. Are you considering whether to buy a Galaxy a10e? This is a review of the Samsung Galaxy a10e in a pros and cons format to help you decide.

Pro: Larger Display

The Samsung Galaxy A10e features a larger 5.83-inch IPS display, which means that it will make watching videos and playing games feel more immersive. For those of you who prefer smaller-sized devices, then I would recommend looking at another smartphone like the iPhone SE.

Pro: Decent Camera

With the price in mind, the Galaxy A10e has decent cameras. On the front is a 5-megapixel camera and on the rear is an 8-megapixel camera. This is pretty decent if you are willing to compromise really good photo quality for the price while taking photos with the rear camera. The 5-megapixel on the front is pretty quality for taking selfies.

Pro: Useful Ports

At the bottom of the Samsung Galaxy A10e is a USB Type-C port and a headphone jack. This is useful for those of you who want to charge their device and use wired 3.5mm-based headphones at the same time

And it also has a microSD port for expandable storage options. So you can store a lot more files (up to 512GB).

Pro: Solid Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy A10e has a 3,000 mAh battery capacity. This should ensure that your Galaxy A10e lasts the whole day without any issues even with very active usage.

Con: 720p Resolution

The resolution of the display is 720 x 1560 and the aspect ratio is 19:5:9. A 720p resolution is on the lower-end of display specifications so keep that in mind while you are shopping around.

Con: Storage Of 32GB

Without the expandable microSD storage, the Galaxy A10e has 32GB of storage. This can run out pretty fast unless you are constantly backing up your files.

Con: Lack Of Biometric Sensors

The Samsung Galaxy A10e does not have a fingerprint sensor or face scanner. This can be an issue for those of you who prefer tighter security on their devices.

Pulse 2.0 Score

The Samsung Galaxy A10e is receiving a Pulse 2.0 score of 3 out of 5. While the price is one of the best features of this device, the tradeoffs make it harder to recommend this phone above its rivals.

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