Samsung has thought of something more innovative and attractive to win the low budget range users. Samsung Galaxy M10 is being called the &ldquo, new budget king&rdquo, and it has all the qualities to get such a title. Let us find out more in this short review.
Samsung Galaxy M10 is coming with a so-called Infinity-V display by Samsung. It is Samsung&rsquo, s way of naming a full-view waterdrop notch display. Whatever they call it, the design is stunning especially if you consider the price. The minimal notch will let you make the best out of the 6.22-inch big display which is another great thing in this gadget. HD+ PLS TFT display quality is quite crisp and colorful. It clearly distinguishes itself from an average low-budget TFT screen. We can say that the design and display are respectable and generous in this cost range at the time of its first release.
Samsung&rsquo, s 14 nm Exynos 7870 Octa chipset is efficient and it can be compared to Qualcomm&rsquo, s Snapdragon 450. It is indeed admirable that Samsung has used such an efficient chipset here. There is a 1.6 GHz octa-core CPU combined with 2 GB RAM to ensure smooth usage of every app and handle general tasks comfortably. The fine hardware and software optimization of Galaxy M10 may help in achieving long-term stable performance as well.
Samsung has gained a strong position again with its camera quality. Both front and back cameras can shoot excellent quality photos. The colors, focus, 120°, wide-angle view option, bokeh (also called DSLR mode) etc. are really nice and well worth the price. We were especially impressed with the bright, clear, natural looking authentic daylight shot samples. It is indeed one of the top daylight cameras for the price at the time of its release. Both cameras are capable of recording Full HD video as well without any stabilization.
There is face unlock option but no fingerprint in Galaxy M10. There is a 3400 mAh decent backup battery. It may let a user go through a day with one single charge and a full charge may take around two hours and fifteen minutes (when not in use). The device was released with Experience 9.5 UI and Android Oreo software. From 3rd June 2019, it can be upgraded to Android 9 Pie and One UI which is a great news. Overall, Samsung Galaxy M10 is a charismatic combination of display, camera and performance in the lower budget scenario. The best thing is that, despite all these specs and the brand value of Samsung, the pricing finally looks fair and reasonable as well.