Why you should buy the Galaxy S10e (5 Reasons)

It’s that time of the year where Samsung fans go crazy over smartphone buying decision. Things got even more complicated this year since the South Korean giant introduced five Galaxy phones.

If you have problems making up your mind, this guide is for you. Here are 5 clever reasons the Galaxy S10e is the Galaxy phone to buy this year.

Reasons to buy the Galaxy S10e


All three Samsung Galaxy S10 series run on the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip. So, it’s doesn’t matter which one you pick up, you’re going to have pretty much the same high performance.

Storage Base

Storage capacity is one of the aspects smartphone buyers should pay attention when it comes to buying a new smartphone.

Well, all three Samsung Galaxy S series come with a base of 128GB of storage, which is more than enough for most users. Excluding software, out of the box, you’ll have over 100GB of free space to use for all your needs.


The Galaxy S10e got the same high-end dual aperture primary camera found on its bigger brothers. It also has the ultra wide-angle camera but not the telephoto camera.

I mean it’s no big deal because most regular smartphone users rarely use it. So it won’t affect user experience significantly. You can still zoom, but digitally though, you’ll lose the ability to do it from a proper optical zoom.

Reverse Wireless Charging

The Galaxy S10e is getting that exciting new feature that allows you to turn your smartphone into a wireless charging pad that can charge other wireless devices – yes it can charge an iPhone too.

All three Galaxy S10 versions support reverse wireless charging. Isn’t that cool? You’d expect Samsung to reserve that feature for the big brothers as an incentive to drive sales.


Last but not least. Who doesn’t want to save a few bucks? I do.

The Galaxy S10e is the cheapest of the three Galaxy S10. It will cost $150 and $250 less than the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus, respectively. For a cheaper price, you don’t get to sacrifice lots of features found on the other Galaxy S10 models.

Now over to you.

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10e the best value for your money? Which Galaxy S10 are you going to get?

Herby has a healthy obsession with all things technology, especially with smartphones. He loves to rip things apart to see how they work.

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