Samsung Galaxy S10E examen : plus petit, moins cher, mieux

Samsung Galaxy S10E examen : plus petit, moins cher, mieux

Samsung Galaxy S10E review: smaller, cheaper, better

Avant d’acquérir un smartphone pliable, il faut absolument voir les différents modèles disponibles sur le marché. Lequel, permettra vraiment de mater les actualité chaque jours de manière gréable ?

Samsung Galaxy S10E examen : plus petit, moins cher, mieux

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19 réflexions au sujet de “Samsung Galaxy S10E examen : plus petit, moins cher, mieux”

  1. This one is going to be hard to beat if companies like OnePlus don’t innovate. The S10e has that compact footprint, wireless charging, SD card slot, 3.5 mm jack, flagship camera and water resistance that other phones above $500 lack. Companies like OnePlus do offer bigger screens and batteries, but I don’t think that will be enough for just $200 discount.

  2. I got an S10. Wife got an S10e. I’m a little jealous of her phone, honestly. The size is amazing, hand feel is awesome, and the fingerprint sensor is worlds better. I’d gladly take a fingerprint sensor on the power button over the in display one, tbh. And I hate the edge screen on mine, and how cases make it feel. And the 2x zoom is barely what I’d call « zoom », a 3x lens would make way more sense. The screen is barely smaller and still way bigger than my S7’s. Almost makes me want to get her to switch phones with me, tbh!

  3. I’m having trouble finding a replacement for my aging X Compact, this may be a great budget option in a few months when the price drops.

  4. It’s so refreshing to finally hear a reviewer say phones are too big nowadays and even the S10e could afford to be a bit smaller.

    I know I’m not the only one that wants (way) smaller phones than what the market currently offers, but it’s hard not to feel alone in this side of the camp. I can’t remember the last time a mainstream reviewer criticized a 5 inch+ screen phone as being too big.

  5. If only Samsung offered the SD855 everywhere.

    I find their tactic of « release the best version in the country that generates 95% of the reviews and media coverage, and a lesser version elsewhere » really scummy

  6. SE designation with a 10 wedged in there, the smaller size and colours too. . I feel Samsung are appealing to the Apple users who have been vocal about wanting an SE2. This is the bells n whistles phone I wanted from Apple but we got the clunky XR instead.

  7. I had nearly every HTC flagship going back to the HTC Droid Eris, and a few Galaxy phones along the way. Including the Galaxy S9, which I paid $400 for and traded in for $550 when the S10e pre-order became available.

    Been rocking the S10e for about a week now and it might wind up being the best smartphone ever I’ve ever used. It just does everything you could hope for and does it really, really well. I’d rather have a phone that does all of the things I need really well than a phone that does one or two things the best then just shits the bed in all the other categories.

    Things it does really well:

    * Screen: great and 1080p looks fine to me

    * Size: I can actually use this one handed and its not too heavy

    * Audio: quadruple threat – really good sounding FFS, really good call volume, really good headphone jack, and really good BT quality

    * Camera: not Pixel great but not far off

    * Internals: cutting edge specs plus memory card support; solid battery

    * Design: looks great and is water/dust proof; really dig the flat screen

  8. This phone – like iPhones – seems to have a plastic liner between the screen glass and frame. High end Galaxies from S6 onwards have always had the glass meet the frame nice and flush giving them a more premium look.

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