Samsung Galaxy S10e SM-G970F 128GB

Samsung Galaxy S10e SM-G970F 128GB

  • Operating system: Android 10 (Android Q)
  • Screen size: 5.8 inches
  • Release year: 2019
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20/06/2020
Edited 01/07/2020
Everyone complains that exynosis is worse than snapdragon. In practice, there is no difference. I am very pleased with both the form factor and the performance. There is not much you choose over the other variants of s10. I ball the battery between 40% -80% for it to last for a few years, and so far I manage a full day on it. To give context, I use the phone actively for maybe 3 hours in total per charge. According to the app "AccuBattery" - which monitors and logs the battery usage - the mobile pulls on average: 12.7% per hour with the screen on (45% brightness). I mainly use apps like: browser, twitch, instagram and tradera. I also use Dark Mode, which draws less power. In sleep mode with the screen turned off, it averages 0.4 to 0.5% per hour. With a fast charger, the battery is supplied with ~ 2.4A at 5V, which means about 86% / hour, or 1.4% / min. (NOTE: Charging, not consumption) I experience it as quick. Rarely has it become tough and choppy when the frame memory is full. But just shut down some apps and it will hit again as usual. This has happened a handful of times since I bought it in December 2019, and to mention it should be seen as nitpicking just to have something negative to say. In terms of service, the USB-C port is soldered to the circuit board, which means that it cannot be changed by itself without much hassle (soldering). Something most people will probably never have to contend with, however, as, according to USB-C standards - at least 10,000 "plug-in" disconnect cycles - should survive the life of the phone under normal circumstances. (-1 star anyway).

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18/05/2020
I went from a Samsung S9, and chose between S10e and S20. I have no budgetary restrictions at all, but I still chose S10e over S20 because of the form factor. I have grown tired of the trend towards larger phones that do not go down in your pocket anymore. I've only had the phone for a few days, but so far I'm very happy. It is slightly smaller than my old S9 and very flexible to deal with. Slinks down into your pocket lightly like a plaid and is not in the way. The performance is fully adequate for me who is still a relatively advanced user and always fingers on the phone and runs many apps at the same time. I see the screen as very good, despite lower pixel density than my old S9. All in all, a much nicer phone than its predecessor. The only thing that is not quite good is the battery life. Had it been better I would have given the phone 10/10.

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16/05/2020
A really good phone, of course. Have this as a work phone and a regular S10 private. The biggest difference, of course, is the design of the screen otherwise the differences are small for a normal consumer. The fact that the screen does not bend around the edge is not always negative.

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12/11/2019
Edited 14/05/2020
One of this last perfect phone of this time? A phone that has just about everything you could want? Yes, I think it's almost perfect. + Flat, bright, crisp screen with plenty of surface and a small hole for the front camera. + Stereo speakers (Among the best I've heard). + Classic fingerprint reader on the page that always works and reads your finger quickly. + Classic 3.5mm headphone jack (Will probably disappear on the S20 with note 10). + Wireless fast charging. + Samsung Pay. + OneUI which is really fine and has lots of good features. It is understood why Samsung renamed its version of Android from "TouchWiz" to today's "OneUI". + IP certification. + Form factor (Thin, Flat screen, Narrow width, Short length and 150g lightweight). +128 GB as an entry model and one of them get new phones where you can expand it further with the help of a MicroSD card. + Nice cameras on both the back (Standard & Wide Angle) and on the front. All perform well in poor lighting compared to other handsets. + With a little cleaning of unwanted programs & services that are tough on the background, you can succeed in getting the battery lasting a long time (4.5h screen time per 50% I get out. Had BT running for 2h, FB Messenger, Snap, WhatsApp, Email 1h / update, TIDAL with the highest sound quality in 2h through them fine speakers at 70% volume level). - Comes with a lot of unwanted (a little Facebook, a little Microsoft etc). This you can, who is able to remove and do everything right, you have honed the phone and can make the battery last longer. -Bixby button that can be reprogrammed using the same method as above. Update (2020-05-14) + I have never been as satisfied as with this S10e

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11/05/2020
+ size no bigger than a samsung galaxy s7 but as the screen goes all the way out the screen feels considerably bigger. + Response time + memory + works well with galaxy watch + good camera with many features - have been relatively difficult to find accessories (shells etc) - does not charge with all non-original charging cords

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