Samsung's lower-cost Galaxy S10e provides most of the premium features you'd expect of a Galaxy S phone, but at a more budget-friendly price.
Samsung has for some time offered up a standard and "plus" model of its flagship Galaxy S phone lines, but in 2019 it has expanded that line with a third-tier device at a lower price point. This is the Samsung Galaxy S10e.
- 5.8-inch display
- Single hole-punch front camera
- Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
- 16MP/12MP Dual-camera array
- Snapdragon 855 or Exynos 9820 expected
- 3,100mAh battery
- Supports fast charging and wireless charging
- The Galaxy S10e might not be Samsung's sexiest phone for 2019, but it could still be a smart buy.
Pricing and availability
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- The Samsung Galaxy S10e will launch on 8 March 2019.
- Pricing starts at around $1,045.
Samsung revealed the Galaxy S10e on 20 February 2019 in San Francisco, a week before Mobile World Congress 2019.
Samsung doesn't tend to wait all that long between launches of its prime Galaxy S phones and actual retail availability, and that was the case with the Galaxy S10 line. All three phones, including the S10e, are set to launch in Australia on 8 March 2019.Back to top
Samsung Galaxy S10e specifications
- Product name
- Samsung Galaxy S10e
- Display size
- 5.8 inches
- Snapdragon 855 (or Exynos equivalent) or possibly lesser
- Operating system
- Android 9
- Front camera
- Rear camera
- Dual lens, 12MP/16MP expected
- 69.9mm x 142.2mm x 7.9mm
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