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mparks - Hace 2 días
Sí, recomendaría este producto.
I purchased this phone to replace my Galaxy S7 on which the battery had started to decline considerably. I would have 50% battery remaining when I went to bed and the next morning my S7 would be dead. So after a good deal of research I picked the Galaxy S10e for a replacement. I loved my S7 and wanted to keep the overall size the same as possible so I picked the smaller of the S10 devices. The main things I was looking for were size, performance, camera quality, and battery life. So I have to say after two weeks I'm blown away by this new phone! The performance is amazing when I speak to Google it responds almost instantly compared with my S7. The battery life is the best I've seen so far in a long line of smartphones I've owned over the years. While I'm writing this review my new phone has been on battery for 3 days (72 hours) and still has a few more hours to go before needing a recharge! I never dreamed I would get this level of battery performance! I've been testing the camera and it's very good...somewhat better than the camera on my S7 (IMHO) but not amazingly better. The S7 camera is very good too! I've added an SD card for storage and so combined with the 128 GB of internal storage I have more storage than I've ever had in a phone. I'm very pleased with the S10e and so happy I made the decision to upgrade!
Nice and light
Ken of OR - Hace 5 horas
Powerful fast and lightweight phone with great storage. I got it as a protest against phones that are getting bigger and heavier. In those respects, it is great. It has more bells and whistles than I need, but I can ignore them. However, it makes me crazy to have to adapt to OS developers who completely rewrite an OS so that when one gets a new phone 3 years later, nothing looks or behaves the same. On all my previous phones, the Phone icon and the Contact icon opened the same app; the Phone icon would open to the dialer, and the Contacts icon would open to the contact lists. From there, one could move back and forth between Dialer, Recent Calls, Contacts and I forget what the other one was. The Phone and Contacts icons were virtually interchangeable. No more. The Contact icon opens a different app than opening contacts through the Phone icon, and their behaviors, settings and appearances are different, cumbersome, irritating, and in some cases, useless. Now the contact option in the Phone icon will allow you to hide contacts without phone numbers, which I need, but doesn't allow you to manipulate display of contact groups, which I also need. The settings in the Contact icon won't allow you to hide contacts without phone numbers, but will allow manipulation of groups, e.g., display certain groups but hide other groups -- but the manipulation of groups doesn't work doesn't work. No matter what the settings, all contacts, with or without phone numbers, display. My work depends upon and involves multiple contact accounts and groups within the accounts, many hundreds of which have no phone number, which, combined with the previously-described shortcomings, makes for a massive and unwieldy contacts list. An hour at the Verizon store yesterday, a half hour on the phone to Verizon today, and another hour on the phone to Samsung failed to a solution, or even an understanding of the problem. For some reason, the developers decided to take something that was streamlined, elegant and highly functional -- and, by the way, *central* to what a telephone is supposed to be about -- and make it clunky and stupid. Get the phone only if you don't have a complicated contacts structure.
1 Según la duración promedio de la batería en condiciones de uso normal. Rendimiento promedio esperado con uso típico. La duración real de la batería depende de factores tales como la red, las funciones seleccionadas, la frecuencia de las llamadas, el uso de datos y otros patrones de uso de aplicaciones. Los resultados pueden variar.
2 Funciona con dispositivos Samsung compatibles con Qi (no se garantiza la compatibilidad con dispositivos que no sean de Samsung habilitados para Qi); la velocidad y la eficiencia de carga de energía varían según el dispositivo.
3 Single Take permite capturar imágenes y videos de hasta 10 segundos.
4 La apertura dual es compatible con el modo F1.5 y F2.4. La apertura dual es compatible con la cámara trasera principal.
5 La tarjeta de memoria se vende por separado.