The Galaxy S10 Lite just became the best Samsung for quality and price

Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite review: A great phone ruined by a high ...

One of Samsung's most ambitious moves in recent days was the announcement of 3 generations of updates to its flagship phones, something we asked for given the price increase in the high-end range. However, the South Korean company this morning has surprised us with a detailed expansion on all the mobiles that will receive this extended period of updates. This mainly benefits the Galaxy S10 Lite, which is now more recommended than ever.

For a moment, the Samsung catalog has been turned "upside-down", causing some models to go up in category without increasing their price, leaving some of these phones in a spectacular quality/price ratio.

Technical characteristics

  • Display :
  1. Dynamic AMOLED technology.
  2. FHD + resolution (2400 x 1080 pixels).
  3. 6.7 inches in 19.5: 9 ratio.
  • Performance :
  1. Processor: Snapdragon 855.
  2. 8 GB of RAM.
  3. 128 GB of internal storage.
  4. MicroSD up to 512 GB in the slot of the second SIM card.
  • Cameras :
  • Fronts:
  1. 32 Mpx sensor with f / 2.2 aperture
  • Rear:
  1. 48 Mpx main with OIS.
  2. Wide-angle (123º) of 12 Mpx.
  3. 5MP macro.
  • Connections :
  1. Charging port (45 W) and data with USB-C connector.
  • Battery :
  1. 4500 mAh
  • System:
  1. Android 10 with One UI.
  • Dimensions: 75.6 x 162.5 x 8.1mm
  • Weight: 186g
The Galaxy S10 Lite, the most recommended Samsung for quality/price
One of the most fundamental aspects of the new Samsung experience is the increase in Android updates for 3 generations. This means that a mobile that came on the market with Android 9 is guaranteed updates to Android 10, 11, and 12. In the case of the 2020 range, with mobiles that include Android 10 as standard, this support is extended to Android 13, in addition to the improvements received by One UI and its security updates.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is a mobile that was presented at the beginning of the year, a terminal that we liked in its user experience but that started from a high price of 650 euros, which has caused it to tiptoe over the following months, in which we have found a high-end more expensive than ever and several mid-range models with very good 5G, but technically inferior to the performance level.

Over the months, the S10 Lite has dropped in price to 460 euros (or just over 420 euros in the Italian version) which makes it one of the best investments you can make if you are looking for a good mobile that without having all the comforts of the most premium sector if it has the key aspects.

We have a quality screen, a lot of performance with the Snapdragon 855 processor (one of the few Samsung mobiles that include it and much more powerful than the Snapdragon 765 that are in its category) and an excellent camera that together with the new updates are making it one of the best mobiles to keep an eye on.

It is not perfect, and it is possible that in its price you can find terminals that are better suited to you. For example, if we want the most powerful terminal, the Poco F2 Pro is the best option, while mobiles like the OnePlus Nord offer a better sense of fluidity with its 90-hertz screen. It does not have 5G either, but we believe that this massive deployment will most likely end up switching mobile before having 5G.

Compared to the Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10 + the S10 Lite is, ironically, bigger and more powerful. The lite here is not in size or performance but comforts such as wireless charging, stereo sound, or headphone jack, present in its higher category brothers.

By price and features, the Galaxy S10 Lite is one of the phones that will best withstand the test of time. And we consider this very important because all mobiles work well when they are new, but when performance drops or we run out of updates, it will be when we remember and give value to these additions.

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