Uk ahamed , 10 Jun 2020It's still Worth to buy in 2020 ?? Sure then again it depends on your budget.If you manage to squeeze a little more cash out of your pocket, I would recommend s10(non pro cause of telephoto camera if you in to that and a better battery life.)
Part of the Android updates forces a shortcut on the phone dialing screen for video calling.
There's no option to switch to a quick message shortcut.
I don't use video calling. Stop forcing me this shortcut. I want to be able to change it.
SM25, 08 Mar 2020I have one doubt. I've read the review and at the part of competitors stands among others Pixe... moreS10e is better in almost everything except battery life. Cameras are not that amazing comapred to a pixel. The final choice is if you want oneui or stock Android pixel style.
Nandiman, 23 Dec 2019The battery life for my S10e is much worse than presented here. Your tests show 83h but I only... moreCould it be that they didn't take into account the AOD? The A3 2017 gets over 100 hours without AOD and about 61 with AOD.
I have one doubt. I've read the review and at the part of competitors stands among others Pixel 3. Currently I have S10e but the reason is that in the moment of purchase I couldn't find Pixel 3. My question - is it worthy switching to Pixel 3?
I like Pixel because of it's simplicity on design, small bezels and no annoying punch hole like with Samsung. Excellent "Point and shoot" camera with no additional set ups before, just not sure what is the battery life comparing to S10e. Please help!
Choosing between Lenovo Z6 Pro, Redmi K20 Pro Exclusive & Samsung S10e.
I heard that the battery life wouldn't last long in the S10e but camera wise they are much superior than all. And it is quite expensive for the hardware in comparison to Redmi and Lenovo.
Redmi K20 Pro Exclusive has everything from ram and storage size, and good cameras - and I had been using MIUI for long already. The downside is the 12GB 512GB costs a bomb and I had missed the sales when it was around USD420; now its over USD500. Nevertheless, kinda hate that pop up camera.
Lenovo Z6 Pro is rumored to have buggy 'global' rom. The camera is seem decent (I do not know), and Z6 Pro has expandable Micro SD card slot but the strange part is the 128gb variant is much cheaper than its 256/512 gb storage brothers. But if I get the 128 gb storage variant I will safe a lot in comparison to S10e or K20 Pro. It is said that the camera UI is the worst of all.
Mainly for gaming and some photography for work and traveling, would like your input on this.
Alejandro, 29 Nov 2019hi, my s10e battery last only 5 hours whit little use, just basic chating in whats app, facebo... morePut as many apps as possible to sleep, instead of working in the background. At the beginning also my S10e didn't last much but after that it is better.
The battery life for my S10e is much worse than presented here. Your tests show 83h but I only get around 60h. The charts are pretty accurate, you rated the LG Q6 at 69h which is pretty much spot on, so I don't know where the discrepancy comes from. Is the Exynos version that much worse than the Snapdragon one? (I assume you tested the Snapdragon).
Is it possible to scan fingerprint in a 90 degree angle?
When I have the phone placed in a car holder, can I unlock it by placing my finger on the reader from the front (without aligning it to the side of the phone)?
hi, my s10e battery last only 5 hours whit little use, just basic chating in whats app, facebook and instagram, is ti just me having this battery life problem ???
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2019My advice, from practical and 2 years of use ... (I own a similar, S7) - and I have owned a ZX... moreSony's don't overheat anymore. And the photo processing has improved with the XZ2, then the XZ2 Premium (especially low-light), the XZ3 was about the same, and now the Xperia 1 and 5 has completely revamped processing as well as a new hybrid OIS/EIS system.
George 1987, 22 Sep 2019Sony xz2 compact or s10e ? Wich phone has better camera?My advice, from practical and 2 years of use ... (I own a similar, S7) - and I have owned a ZX from Sony.
The most important real-life use differences (S7/OIS and ZX/EIS) :
- EIS (Sony) just don't make sharp pictures - the OIS (Samsung) does!
- The Sony heats-up, and stops working if video-recording appr. 10-20 minutes (a pain in the ass!) The Samsung doesn't do that. One big reason for this, is the immense load that the digital image-stabilization puts on the CPU & Memory-circuits/chips!
I did try the Sony-ZX for one month, and did sell it, because it just was a pain in the ass to record sharp images with it (in difficult/low light and in movement situations) ...
The past 2 years, I have been using my Samsung-S7 to record all from top-class pictures everywhere (I am a "amateur/nerd photograph, having taken 100t+ pictures, putting all my cameras to their limits) ... which is why I can tell for sure, that the Samsung handles quite well ... all the way to videos + snapshots taken/recorded in our cinema (in the dark, which the S7 handles surprisingly well - with sharp much less grainy image-quality than normally camera-expected).
One compromizing thing, to the S7: The image-stabilization in video-recordings can be problematic, in certain "long exposure, low light situations" - giving a stuttering blur (I have experienced this, in rare situations - and I think it is the video-eis-stabilization that is "tries to stabilize, but can't because the movement is bigger than what the eis can handle).
I have not regretted, that I switched to the S7 and sold the ZX-Sony .. and the S7 is also sort-of "fool-proof" ... An example is my wife, who isn't a "photographic nerd" like me - and she therefore often get lots of shaken and/or not well exposed pictures - but after she switched to S7edge, the frequency is much lower - and her pictures is quite beautiful, and she loves that she can focus on framing the right picture and experiment just a little).
Only other nag is, that the S7 camera is quite simplistic and "boring/limited", to a photo-amateur/nerd (in auto-mode) - there is nearly no buttons and settings to play with, and the camera unfortunately defaults to auto-mode, every time. I wasn't all satisfied with this in the beginning, but I then saw from experience, that this actually gives quite good pictures and I then decided to "relax" and often let the camera deal with the settings ...
If I need to, I switch to Pro-mode, but normally I just use default settings and maybe add a little composing by changing the light and focus (by touching at the screen-area that I want for reference, and then frame the object as wanted, and take the image) - with a top notch result, for a mobile-phone! (my phone-comparison here, is the Lg G2 camera, which was very good, with OIS also).
Another S7-advantage: The back-camera "takes some space" which makes the case-producers cut a bigger hole in the cover, which is nice - because then I/you don't need to manually enlarge the cover and/or colour it black, to avoid flash-foggy pictures!
Kloaking, 28 Aug 2019Its because of the pentile matrix, a full hd screen actually looks like a hd screen, it only h... moreYou are wrong, the green ones are shared. Every pixel has 1 blue subpixel 1 red subpixel and a shared green subpixel with the adjacent pixel.