Samsung recently brought the Galaxy S10 Lite, a flagship smartphone featuring 40,000 takas. So let’s find out through the review whether this smartphone met our expectations?
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
The light version of Samsung Galaxy S10 – This phone comes with triple rear camera setup – 4,500mAh battery with 25W super-fast charger
Samsung is now slowly focusing on mid-range smartphones after colliding with companies like OnePlus and Reality. In addition, the company recently launched the Galaxy 10 Lite with a flagship smartphone featuring 40,000 in the segment. This is the affordable model of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Samsung has said that with this smartphone you can enjoy the company’s premium Galaxy-S series at an affordable price. So let’s find out through the review whether this smartphone has met our expectations. Display and design.
The display, design and many other features have been changed besides the name of Galaxy S10 Lite. The phone has a plastic back panel that gives the look a glass finish. Fingerprints easily fall into it. The use of plastic does not keep the weight of the phone too high. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is just 186g. Unlike other premium smartphones, Samsung has not provided a 3.5mm headphone jack on this phone. But the good thing is that the company offers USB Type-C earphones along with the phone.
The smartphone has a 6.7-inch Full HD + Super Emulated Infinity-O display, with a resolution of 2400 × 1080 pixels. The display is very bright and its colours are quite vivid. The fingerprint scanner is available on the display itself, whose speed does not allow you to complain.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
Processor and storage
This phone coming with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. You can increase the storage up to 1 TB via microSD card. The phone has a hybrid SIM slot. This Galaxy runs on Android 10 based One UI 2.0. It has Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 octa-core processor. This is the Samsung company’s first smartphone with this processor in India. This phone works very responsively and smooth. Multitasking is very easy. Paris can play mobile games in high setting on the phone. However, the phone warms up a bit after playing for a long time. The speaker’s sound is average. But it does look a bit weaker than the OnePlus 7T’s 360-degree sound.
Talk about a camera, then the camera may captivate you. In addition to photos and videos in the phone’s camera app, modes like Live Focus, Live Focus Video, Pro, Panorama, Night, Macro, Super Slow-Motion are also offered.
Rear and front camera specs
The phone camera also offers options like AR Doodle and AR Emoji which are fun features that you can give an animated face to anyone’s face. You can also adjust the opacity (less often) of portrait photos taken later. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite also has Super Stability optical image stabilization technology. Videos created from the phone with this technique do not tremble. You can also blur objects in the video with a live focus video.
The colour reproduction and dynamic range of colours taken from the Galaxy S10 Lite in daylight are quite spectacular. We tested this phone’s camera with the OnePulse 7 camera and the results were very confusing. The OnePlus 7 lags behind in the case of the Samsung camera. You can see sample pictures.
Galaxy 10 Lite sample of the camera
It has a night mode for taking photos in low light. Both do their job well. With Samsung S10 Lite, you can record 4K resolution video at 30fps. The phone has a 32-megapixel front camera, which is a fairly good selfie.
Batteries and prices
The company claims that the phone’s battery lasts all day after 30 minutes of super-fast charging. In our experiment, it was charged 30% in 15 minutes and 50% in 25 minutes. It warms up a bit while charging. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite smartphone comes in three colours – Prism Blue, Prism White and Prism Black. This Samsung smartphone is priced at Rs 39,999.
You need to buy this smartphone
40,000 and its category is a direct fight of this phone.