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Smartphone reviews, Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite 2021

now I'm still not entirely sure why this smartphone actually even exists but earlier this year Samsung launched a light version of last year's Galaxy S ten flagship phone even though we kind of already had that in the galaxy s 10a the 569 quid sim-free or from thirty-eight pounds a month on contract from the likes of water form the samsung galaxy s tonight certainly in cheap either and it's up against some really stiff competition from the likes of xiaomi and one plus have launched their fresh 2020front runner mobile phones for under scim kind of price but just the same I've had my sim card squirreled away inside the samsung galaxy s 10 light all week been testing as my full-time handset to see if it's worth considering for anyone who fancies a bit of Samsung action but there's not the cash to splash on those fresh s20 flagships so here's my fault s10 light review and model is great aesthetically to do poke subscribe ending that notifications bell chairs.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: Design and key features

 now this may be an s10 phone in name but the Galaxy S 10 light actually owes more of a debt to the recent galaxy a series phones as far as the design goes you still get a shiny glass ass which flashes rainbow colors whenever it catches the light or at least this pearly white model does I'm not sure about the black or blue variants but gone is the weird horizontal camera array replaced instead with a now typically chunky box shoved away in the corner while up front that pinhole selfie lens has now shifted front and center making it more obvious than it was on the original s10 now a few rival smartphones around this price point like the oneplus it will offer youcomplete dedicated sprinkle resistance but sadly you do not also obtain an IP splash resistance written here on the s10 light so definitely do not go obtaining it damp on the plus side despite being a bit scared of water the S turn light is actually a proper tuffnut I've been banging it about this past week and so far not a single solitary scratch or chip or anything on that front or back end.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: Software

 I cut the Samsung blowers you get the latest Android here topped off with some ease on one you I launched a version 2.1 it's the same bright and colorful skin with full customization and a buttload of bonus features from a very useful one handed mode to the Bigsby routines which can automate all kinds of stuff on your Galaxy S 10 light and I've plunged face-first into that one you I launched it in my fault tips and tricks guide videos go check that out for a look at some of the best features and some of the little quirks hopefully I've remembered to put a link to it up here somewhere if not whoops as usual or is a lot of doubling up of apps which is pretty irritating you certainly do not two web browsers and I'm still not sure why Samsung has its own App Store but if you do want to download shed loads of app spirit from Samsung's App Store or the Google Play Store then no worries at all you've got 128 gigs of storage on there internally and you can expand that using a microSD memory card in the second SIM slot up to a further terabyte sorted I have unfortunately noticed a few little quirks in my time with the S turn light such as the raw P face and lock which is crazy slaw and more often than not simply does not work even when the lighting is just fine thankfully that fingerprint sensor is a lot more reliable and I found I had a few little networking issues here on the galaxy s 10 light as well so for instance just getting lights to turn on or off using Google homes sometimes like just did not work at all because that try and sends an email and it would feel multiple times in succession until eventually it just magically worked a couple of times these ER would just crash on me again just mid-song it's not the kind of stuff you'd expect from a smartphone that's been around for a couple of months it's fully up to date and it's not exactly a budget smartphone either and yeah these problems were fairly sporadic but there's still a massive pin in this finger and that Google home issue it crops up at least every couple of days I thought.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: Display and audio

 yeah not great still I've got a few complaints for that 6.7 inch Super AMOLED plus display unlike the standard s10 and Samsung's other flagships this doesn't curve around the edges to give a gorgeous glorious full view finish but the visuals are still simply stunning that Full HD Plus resolution means plenty of fine detail even though the screen is bloody huge while the HDR 10 Plus compatibility gives you impressive contrast and perfectly natural color output with support of movies and shows on streaming services such as Netflix you've got plenty of customization options tucked away here in the display settings as well but sadly no option for a 90 Hertz refresh rate which is something that I've found on pretty much every other smartphone around this price point and even some around half the price so you don't get that silky smooth experience when you're flipping around on the UI which is a real damn shame but boy is that display bright though seriously when I tooked it up to those maximum settings I felt my fears begin to melt like those Nazi dudes in Raiders so definitely no worries on a bright sunshiny deer however another thing that was a big miss when I was enjoying a bit of media was a lack of stereo speaker setup again something that you find on smartphones like half the price of this thing Steffie a big mess at forty movies and printing when you're gaming as well with likes of pubsey it's nice to have that stereo speaker feedback and while I had no problems with the Bluetooth connectivity here on the galaxy s 10 light suddenly there is no headphone jack so it's basically dongles all the way otherwise you can use the type C earphones that are bundled in the box thank the baby jesus thaw that you also don't get one of Samsung's own Exynos chipsets running.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: Performance and battery life

 the show here instead it's last year's snapdragon 855 platform from qualcomm backed by your choice of six or eight gigs of ram and while yes some similarly priced rivals like the real meet X 50 pro serve up the freshest Snapdragon it's six v chipset with full 5g connectivity for future proof and the it's not like me if I if I've still absolutely kicks ass to be perfectly fair multitasking is proper smooth as is gam-anon pub G Mobile on each to your detail levels with the extreme framerate option Samsung offers a basic game booster tool but you won't even need it as pub G runs without a stutter even when your bed in for a good few games and that flat display is really well suited to the complex on-screen controls and though suddenly you don't get the super nippy touch response rate at the likes of oneplus it all the dedicated gaming handsets I'm more than happy with the battery performance here on the samsung galaxy s turn light as well you got a 4500 milliamps L generally fine I have around 10 to 20 percent battery life for a min and at the end of a fairly busy day with plenty of intensive at use and when it is eventually draining power back up in a jiffy thanks to the 45 watt fast wide charging although lower again unlike some rivals like the oneplus here you do not have any wireless charging support here.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: Camera

 so let's flip this bad boy over and on the back end of the galaxy s turn light Samsung has slapped a triple lens arrangement your primary shooter is a 48 megapixel effort with an F 2.0 aperture and this does a fine job for every day of pics those 4,000 by 2,000 pixel photos are packed with fine detail so they look just as sharp and you file them over from the s 10 light to your big telly screen color capture is also wonderfully natural so vibrant subjects look just as gorgeous as they do in the flesh well at least they do if you knock off that seam detect feature leave that turned on and you will get more vivid results at times although it's a fairly subtle effect and I was personally happy either way contrast levels do occasionally struggle a bit when they're strong HDR with spots of over saturation sneaking into some snaps but on the whole you do get a good balance shot Eve with some bright background action a 12 megapixel ultra wide-angle lens offers the usual pulled back viewpoints although your photos are of course less detailed when you look a little bit closer and those colors are typically warmer too and you also have a 5 megapixel macro lens lapse on there for close-up shots of wildlife and crap like that here's a series of macro photos I tried to take of a be gathering pollen I was literally about 5 centimeters away and buggered if I was getting any closer so yeah they didn't really turn out too great screw you macro lens you go quite a few other camera modes to play around with here in force including the usual night mods the STM I definitely struggles in low-light conditions so this helps to brighten up your ambient picks although it doesn't really do anything for the green switch to video and you can capture up to 4k resolution footage at 30 or 60 frames per second although you will have to keep it at 30fps if you want the freedom to swap between the min and the wide-angle lenses as you're shooting try and avoid bright light and you get sharp natural results just like you do with your photos and at that Full HD level Samsung is also thrown in its live focus video feature which does an alright job about in Bach here to your video though hair is often really smoothed out you even have that live focus option when shooting video with a selfie cam and it works ok despite the slightly peculiar halo effect that you always seem to end up with and speaking of that 32 megapixel front-facing camera this can capture stunning results in respectable lighten my selfie pics were just as detailed as any snaps taken with the back end well the portrait mode delivers some impressively accurate Bakke action as with the standard s 10 you have a more wide-angle view if you want to capture more background but this doesn't exactly make a huge amount of difference.

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 so that's why for Samsung Galaxy S turn light up using this is my full-time smartphone for a week and I got to see and don't know why you would get this over the likes of the oneplus it which offers better specs you've got the likes of the Snapdragon 650 future-proof and even if you're not bothered about it now you might be in a couple of years time you got the 90 Hertz display got a telephoto camera lens lords and lords a little upgrades compared with this bad boy well it's just my personal thoughts maybe you've been using the S 10 light yourself and you've had a better experience be greater here thoughts down in the comments blog please do put subscribed ink that load applications bail and have yourselves a lovely week people cheers everybody

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