The Samsung Galaxy M10 is the first of two smartphones from the company to feature a notched display. The design of the smartphone is impressive, and the dual-camera setup allows you to take wide-angle shots, which we found to be fun. Good battery life and dual-VoLTE standby are other useful features, but the Samsung Galaxy M10 is let down by performance thanks to its dated SoC, along with slow charging, and no fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy M10 Features
Display and Configuration
The Samsung Galaxy M10 comes with a 6.22-inch TFT display having a screen resolution of 720 x 1,520 pixels and a density of 270 PPI. It can provide a good viewing experience. Further, it comes with a bezel-less screen having a dew-drop notch on top.
Under the hood, it has an Exynos 7 Octa 7870 chipset upon which, an octa-core Cortex A53 runs at a speed of 1.6GHz. It is assisted by the Mali-T830 GPU that can keep the efficiency of the processor and provide a smooth gaming experience. It has an ample amount of 2/3GB RAM that will keep the device free from slowing down.
Camera and Battery
The Galaxy M10 comes with a dual rear camera setup, having a 13MP + 5MP lenses. It can capture amazing pictures in any condition. There is a 5MP front camera that will click nice selfie pictures and also helps for video calling.
In terms of the power backup, it has a Li-ion battery that holds a capacity of 3,400mAh. With this, it can provide ample power backup that can last for a day.
Storage and Connectivity
The smartphone comes with inbuilt storage of 16/32GB, which can provide a good space to keep the files and data of the users. It also has a microSD card slot that can be expanded up to 512GB, hence users can use it if there is a shortage of storage space.
For the connectivity, the device has two SIM slots. It supports 4G VoLTE connectivity. Other options include Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS with A-GPS, microUSB 2.0, etc.