Samsung Galaxy M10 Extensive Review

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Published on 10 Jan 2020 / In Samsung

Unboxing, full review, specifications and camera review of the all-new Samsung Galaxy M10.

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Samsung Galaxy M10 plus Price in India:
INR 7,990 (2 GB RAM, 16 GB)
INR 8,990 (3 GB RAM, 32 GB)

Samsung Galaxy M10 specifications:

OS: Android 8.1.0 Oreo
Processor: Octa-core @ 1.6 GHz
Dual SIM: Yes
Dual VoLTE: Yes
External memory: Yes, microSD up to 512 GB
RAM: 3 GB/2GB GB
Memory: 16 GB/32 GB
Camera: 13 MP, f/1.9 + Ultra wide lens, Single LED flash
Video: 1080p@30fps
Front camera: 8 MP, f/1.9, 1080p, No LED flash
Battery: 3,400 non-removable
Weight: 163 gms
Display: 6.2 inches, TFT
Screen resolution: 720 x 1080 pixels
Bluetooth: Yes
Fingerprint: No
Body design: Unibody, plastic back
Charging port: microUSB, no fast chharging
Bixby: No
Samsung Pay: No

Galaxy M10 display

Samsung has always excelled on the display aspect and but, the M10 includes a TFT display rather than the common AMOLED displays. AMOLED displays are probably higher priced, and to help keep the cost down - Samsung would have chosen that TFT display. With that said, the display is incredibly bright and colorful. The screen solution is quite sharp and whether it's seeing movies, winning contests or seeing videos - the experience is quite good. The new step style suits the M series and it has more screen to body relation at significantly more than 90%.

It is a 6.2 inch significant TFT display with a HD+ solution (720 x 1080 px).

Galaxy M10 style

The leading area of the Galaxy M series is essentially the most obvious modify that Samsung did in years. They've presented the split decline step to provide a far more immersive seeing knowledge and a bigger screen to body relation ultimately causing a far more bezel-less experience.

The build does experience quite powerful and solid. Because of the 3,500 mAh battery, the fat and the majority really makes the device experience quite strong. The spherical ends does give the device an excellent ergonomic feel. A corner section is made of plastic, although it mightn't feel just like cheap plastic, it will experience quite decent. However, a corner section is prone to scores, fingerprints and dust - so could strongly suggest utilization of a leather or plastic event to protect it.

Galaxy M10 camera.

The Galaxy M20 includes a double camera with one lens being a 13 MP f/1.9 shooting and one other being an ultra large lens with a field of see of 120 degrees. The capability to take good photographs depends on the camera simply to a particular degree, but in addition do the main one that is using the picture. An attractive body with the right lighting can look similarly good with a bad camera as a bad body with the incorrect lighting with a great camera. So this really is up to you at the end.

Speaking in utter feeling, the camera is just about ok. It can take decent images if there is sufficient lighting. Evening photography or low light photography is an area where in actuality the M10 camera won't surpass your expectations.

I did so but try using some images in bright day-light along with in utter frequency dark night conditions. Do get them from here and have a search:
https://drive.google.com/open?....id=1zegigg4yEs55xzab

The Galaxy M10 is costing INR 7,990 and presents you octa primary running energy with 2 GB of RAM (and 16 GB inner storage) and still another variant at INR 8,990 with 4 GB RAM and more inner storage (32 GB). Couple that by having an immersive 6.3 inch infinity V display with HD+ screen solution and also a considerably large 3,400 mAh battery - I believe it's a very good price pack overall. The camera is really a positively a suffering position, but at this price, you can't actually assume the entire world out of it.

Overall I believe the M10 is one of the most value-for-money choice that you can make in that price range. Given it's a Samsung solution, it will be brings more quality, confidence and reliability that some player models in that part can't contend with.

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