Samsung has been a dependable player in the Indian market for ages now, and has been the first choice for a lot of users all along. While Chinese smartphone manufacturers have flooded the market with value-for-money smartphones of late, the Korean smartphone maker still finds buyers thanks to the brand it has built over the years. In order to compete in the sub-Rs. 10,000 segment, Samsung launched the Galaxy M10 earlier this year. While it was affordable by Samsung's standards, it wasn't very well equipped to take on the competition. Samsung has now launched an update to the Galaxy M10, aptly called the Galaxy M10s.
This new smartphone brings in a lot of improvements over the Galaxy M10 in the form of a fingerprint scanner, an AMOLED display, and more. Do these improvements make the Galaxy M10s more desirable? We review it to find out.
The Galaxy M10s shares the same design as the Galaxy M10 (Review), with the highlight being a big display with a waterdrop notch. Samsung has increased the size of the display, and it now measures 6.4 inches. It has thin bezels at the top and the sides though the bottom bezel is chunky in comparison. The waterdrop notch houses the selfie camera and has a tiny earpiece grille above it which is easy to miss thanks to its black finish.
Pick the phone up and you will notice that it is relatively light at 169g. The sides of the Galaxy M10s are curved which makes it comfortable to hold. It measures 7.8mm in thickness and packs in a 4,000mAh battery. All the buttons are on the right. We found the power button to be easy to reach but we...