- Analysis by KJ David
A downgraded version of the Galaxy A10 (in terms of pros and cons) that was initially carried by Boost Mobile, the Galaxy A10e's biggest setbacks include a measly 2GB-only RAM that does not sound like a very good match for its tolerable dual-cluster 1.6GHz + 1.35GHz eight-core processor , although the latter does not exactly pose a threat to the engines powering the best octa-core models featured here on Phonerated.
Still on its hardware specs, the A10e's 32GB-only native memory winds up as a con in our book as well, considering that some of its budget-tier rivals start out with 64GB on that front. Having said that, its 512GB maximum external memory support is an outright pro, since many of its contemporaries support only 256GB or 400GB of top-up memory.
Imaging-wise, the Samsung Galaxy A10e is lackluster, at least compared to a good number of other 2019-released budget-class contenders. It touts a so-so 8-megapixel primary camera and 5-megapixel secondary cam that obviously won't be putting it on our radar for the best selfie smartphones. This Galaxy A-series model rocks a 5.8-inch display that sticks to an entry-level 1560 x 720 HD+ resolution , instead of going for a sharper FHD+ (1080p) sharpness.
Its pros and cons are powered by a 3000mAh battery , which sounds adequate for a budget-tier Android phone, at least around the time of this data-driven review. It promises up to 23 hours of continuous calling time and up to 15 hours of browsing -- both on mobile data (LTE) and on Wi-Fi networks. Also joining in are Bluetooth v5.0, native support for various Samsung accessories, and a classic Black finish that somewhat underscores its budget profile.
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With those features in mind, the Galaxy A10e makes for a solid purchase for budget Android shoppers who prioritize battery life and multimedia storage more than anything else.
** This phone is also known as: Samsung A10e
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