Among the S10 series, the Galaxy S10e is classed as the most budget friendly and the most “low-end” smartphone on the series. But instead offering with mid-range specs, the Galaxy S10e still brings the most advanced Qualcomm chipset to date along with max 8GB RAM.
The most noticeable difference is that the display is a flat screen rather than curved, something offered on S10 and S10 Plus. Maybe it’s the place where Samsung cut down its cost to offer something in that price.
The display on the S10+ is offered by Dynamic AMOLED display and certified with HDR 10+ with 42% less blue light, exactly identical from other S10 models.
As for the rear camera, it brings a 12MP + 17MP dual rear camera instead of triple or quad camera on the S10 & S10 Plus. The 4K video recording & wide angle shooting is still available on this smartphone. AI camera feature is still being implemented on this smartphone and audio is further tuned by AKG with Dolby Atmos support.
The Galaxy S10e still brings the newest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset and Exynos 9820 SoC and even brings AI NPU in action. The AI can be used to improve gaming experience to batter load balancing.
However, the greatest tradeoff of this smartphone is the battery which is only sized at 3100mAh. It still supports QC 2.0 like other model and wireless charging is enabled.