Galaxy S10e vs Galaxy S7
Which phone is best for you?
The Galaxy S7 was a huge hit for Samsung in 2016. Its 12-megapixel camera was particularly good for low light shots, It had a beautiful Super AMOLED screen, could survive a puddle thanks to its waterproof rating, and pioneered the popular Always-on function.
But three years is a long time in tech, and Samsung have not been sleeping. Released in February 2019, the Galaxy S10e is similar in size to the S7, but has a much larger and brighter screen, with the front camera housed behind an innovative Infinity-O pinhole. The rear camera is a significant step up from the S7 too – a dual lens 16+12-megapixel ultra-wide angle array that’ll take your photos to another level.
An electrostatic in-screen fingerprint scanner unlocks the S10e, and with 6GB of RAM and memory expandable up to 640GB, there’s plenty to play with. The S10e represents a massive upgrade from the S7 in every sense.
Fit more in your pocket – the S10e’s powerful feature set is crammed into a neat and pocketable chassis
Rock out on the road with Dolby Atmos 3D Sound, either through the 3.5mm jack or on the stereo AKG speakers
Capture all the action on the hugely improved 16+12-megapixel ultra-wide snapper
Secure your phone with the electrostatic in-screen fingerprint scanner, and Face Recognition 2.0
Enjoy a smooth experience when playing games with a powerful Quad-core chip and Super AMOLED display
Travel light with a pocket-sized phone that weighs just 152 grams
Capture the action in fine detail with a 12-megapixel main camera
Take great selfies with the dedicated 5-megapixel front-facing camera