How does Samsung’s new entry level Galaxy A10 stand up?
After a week of using the Samsung A10 – the little brother of the Samsung range – I found the device to stand up particularly well to everyday tasks.
The edge to edge screen looks beautiful when flicking through various photos and video and the 13MP camera did a stand-up job at taking some pretty vibrant pictures.
With a full day of mixed usage from browsing Social Media to reading emails and making phone calls the device made it the entire day on a single charge.
When using the device away from the business, it did let its self-down a little when trying to load a number of games, Candy Crush seemed to run pretty smoothly but more intensive games such as Asphalt really struggled however if you are looking for a gaming device then maybe entry level isn’t for you!
The call quality is as you would expect from a market leader crisp and clear and I didn’t encounter any issues when pairing up with my cars Bluetooth system.
All in all, if you are looking for a brilliant mobile device to deploy to your workforce then the A10 is a great cost effective option that will certainly get the job done!
Reviewed by Simon Chimejczuk, Unified World
Key Selling Points
- 2-inch Edge to Edge display
- Connectivity Options – Micro USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G & 4G
- 5MP Front Facing Camera
- 13MP Rear Camera
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