Samsung Galaxy A10e
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  • Anonymous

this phone sucks!!! can't open any links or attachments!!!! is compromising my medical care!!! don't waste your money!!!

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Dan, 25 Jan 2020You're right about parts cost being lower. I recently picked up ... moreHave you ever thought about the standard pricing of products in China and the general standard and cost of living there?

The American price equivalent of that 86 dollar phone in China would probably be 100 to 120 dollars.

Ever wondered why Chinese phones that are popular in developing areas like India are so "cheap"??

They may be cheap to us but to people living in these areas the equivalent would be say around $200 to us for a $100 phone there?

Not to mention that these Chinese brands are really obscure here with no service and guarantee as opposed to more well known brands like Samsung.

Samsung also offers Samsung Cloud and other novelties that these cheap Chinese phone's don't have, not to mention the UI and overall performance is more polished.

I'm not saying not to buy Chinese cheap phones, because at their prices they are definitely a big steal, but instead what I'm saying is that the phones are only selling through their spec sheets while optimization and other stuff (like the UI) are sacrificed.

To each their own, I guess.

  • Anonymous

This phone I got for free and it's a great little phone. Runs smooth screen is nice looking and the battery lasts for quite awhile. This isn't a camera or gaming phone but for everyday use it's a damn good phone. It's also a good phone for people that don't like big or heavy phones.

  • dave

Robert Dabob, 30 Oct 2019Why even make this phone? 720p? 2GB ram? Really? Does samsung ha... moreWhy is because many people have real lives and better things to do than play on their phone all day long, so it does not matter much to them whether the phone has a fingerprint sensor, very high resolution, more memory, etc.

They just want a way to make calls, text, and rarely web surf, without wasting hundreds of dollars on a phone they're probably going to replace in a couple years anyway.

Most people with the expensive phones get them subsidized through their carrier and end up paying that many hundreds of dollars more a year, just so they have a status symbol, because they are emotionally immature and insecure.

Of course there are legitimate power users too, but for every one of those, I mostly see 100:1 ratio of other people who can't make use of half of what their phone can do.

I'll change my mind when I see someone doing something impressive with a phone. It hasn't happened yet and everyone has a phone.

  • Anonymous

Uh oh, this phone needs microUSB, not USB-C

  • Marc W

love this phone on the ATT network. Had Sprint and spent most of my life frustrated until I switched.

  • Anonymous

This phone I got for free and it's a great little phone. Runs smooth screen is nice looking and the battery lasts for quite awhile. This isn't a camera or gaming phone but for everyday use it's a damn good phone. It's also a good phone for people that don't like big or heavy phones.

  • LRay

This phone is junk! not worth buying every day it starts telling me there is no network available usually while i'm waiting for an important call, while my wife who is on the same plan is sitting right next to me talking away on her LG phone. A full half of the time it won't ring and goes strait to voice mail. IT makes me miss calls ALL! the time. NOT worth buying!

  • Donnie

This is the worse phone I have ever bought the only consistent feature of this phone is the continual malfunctions which seem to be daily, from the speaker which has so little volume that ear buds are needed to the consistent "restart" just to get the phone back to home screen I've had it one month and will throw this POS away NEVER AGAIN

  • Rimbaud

Anonymous, 16 Nov 2019It's a budget phone, some people don't have enough money to buy ... moreSometimes it is not that certain people don't have the money, it is that they simply don't want to pay over $800 for a phone

  • Anonymous

Raselksa, 14 Nov 2019is it available in saudi arabia.plz infrom me.....I'm not sure if it is available in Saudi Arabia. But I did recommended Galaxy A10s if you want better camera.

  • Dan

cricKet_guy, 24 Jan 2020I think in 2019 - 2020 it is a little lame that these carriers a... moreYou're right about parts cost being lower. I recently picked up a Snapdragon 636 phone with FHD screen in China for $83

China Mobile N5 Pro

6.18" 1080p IPS LCD
Snapdragon 636, 4+64GB
Main dual camera: 12mp with 5mp depth sensor
Selfie cam: 8mp
3300 mAh battery w/18W QC
NFC
Glass back (Gorilla Glass)

If China Mobile can offer this kinda hardware at $83, so can Samsung, but they would never offer a deal like this in the States because the level of competition is so low. Why not charge $250 instead since they can get away with it?

  • WhiteFeather

I now have had the Samsung Galaxy A10E for a few months. It is not the best phone I have had. I am also a photographer and do many photos and videos with my phone. It freezes up when I do videos and then it takes forever to get it off that screen.
I would not buy it again if I had known these issues

  • cricKet_guy

I think in 2019 - 2020 it is a little lame that these carriers and manufacturers can't supply phones with a 1080p screen, 4 GB RAM, Terabyte size SD storage, when we are picking up the cost of the SD chip (a good SanDISK if we are smart) to go in it, 6"+ screen, the price of the parts in China they get are literally so cheap, their profit margin is literally inconsiderate, don't treat us so mundane. If the camera is less than 2 shutters on the back with 16 MP, we are getting ripped off, I bought a phone at CricKet,the LG X Charge and Alcatel Idol both had very similar specs in 2016 and 2018 for not very much more $$ than these, between $99 - $299 and the cost of the parts keeps going down down down if you pay attention to the documentaries of the buyers and sellers who meet to assemble these phones for the buyer at rock bottom prices on YouTube.

cricKet, Metro PCS, and T-Mobile gave us a sample of these phones from ZTE, LG, Samsung, and Motorola for the $99 to $299 price range between 2015 - 2018 in the prepaid market, but now it seems they are pulling back on the bells and whistles, and making us decide if we want to go for the more Premium models to get the features they let us try in screen, battery, memory, GPU, CPU, camera quality, storage, dolby Atmos, and overall quality. There is no more love in the moderate price range anymore for quality and features.

  • Dan

Worth about $60, so a good deal by Samsung standards.

  • 2004done

SinteNorske, 29 Nov 2019Please take 5 seconds and 2 brain cells to THINK. Why are low en... moreThe charge for cell phones is MAINLY based on "what are you WILLING to pay for what we can convince you to want?" Even these low-enders supply a fair profit or they couldn't be made.

  • Pity

Does is really see Galileo sat? Can someone confirm this? I would be interested in it if so, the other option at this price range is Nokia 5.1 plus but that is 2018 phone I would be interested in this one is newer.

  • Anonymous

Good phone except that you have to hit the power switch to exit sleep mode. No double tap option on the phone.

Basic handset for receiving & making calls web surfing

  • jeremi

SinteNorske, 29 Nov 2019Please take 5 seconds and 2 brain cells to THINK. Why are low en... moreIm thinking of getting this phone for my birthday