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Samsung Galaxy A10
Be it mobile computing or entertainment; the Samsung Galaxy A10 Dual-SIM Smartphone is an ideal choice. The Exynos 7884 Octa-Core processor along with 2GB RAM deliver an impeccable performance. Delete less and store more, thanks to the internal memory of up to 32GB. It features Android Pie operating system that adapts and learns your preferences, thus enhancing user experience. With 6.2inch Infinity-V display, this smartphone renders crisp images that elevate your viewing experience. The powerful 3400mAh battery provides unplugged entertainment for long, thus keeping you entertained even on the go. Never miss out on any important moments and capture them in greater detail with the help of 13MP rear and 5MP front camera setup. The red color and rounded corners speak volumes about its modernity and captivate the immediate attention of everyone around.
Exynos 7884 Octa-Core
Front Camera: 5MP
Samsung Galaxy A20 Dual SIM – 32GB, 3GB RAM, 4G LTE, Blue
- 3G Bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 – 4G LTE Bands LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 20(800), 38(2600), 40(2300), 41(2500) – Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) > (ensure to check compatibility with your carrier before purchase)
- Super AMOLED 16.20cm (6.4”) HD+ Infinity-V Display (~268 ppi density) – Android Pie Samsung One UI
- 32GB + 3GB RAM – microSD, up to 512 GB (dedicated slot) – Exynos 7884 Octa-core – Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery – Fast battery charging 15W
- Rear Camera: 13MP (F1.9)+5MP (F2.2) – Front Camera: 8MP (F2.0) – Video:[email protected] – Fingerprint (rear-mounted)
- Unlocked cellphones are compatible with most of the GSM carriers ( Like T-Mobile or AT&T ) but please be aware that are not compatible with CDMA carriers ( Like Sprint or Verizon Wireless for example )
Samsung Galaxy A30 Dual SIM – 64GB, 4GB RAM, 4G LTE,
AED700.00Technical Details OS android RAM 4 GB Item Weight 163 g Product Dimensions 2.9 x 0.3 x 6.2 inches Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included) Item model number SM-A305FZKF Wireless communication technologies 4G Connectivity technologies Bluetooth, WiFi GPS GPS, Glonass, Beidou, Galileo Display resolution 1920×1080 Scanner Resolution FHD 1920×1080 30fps Weight 163 Grams Color Black Phone Talk Time 23 hours
Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 Dual SIM – 128GB, 4GB RAM, 4G LTE
ALL YOU NEED IS OPTIMIZED AND MORE ADVANCED FOR INDIAN MUSIC. THE YAMAHA PSR-I455 PORTATONE HAS BEEN SPECIALLY OPTIMIZED FOR RECREATING THE UNIQUE SOUND OF INDIAN INSTRUMENTS IN YOUR KEYBOARD PERFORMANCES AND SEQUENCES. OF THE 753 VOICES AND 206 STYLES BUILT-IN, 19 VOICES FEATURE INDIAN INSTRUMENTS AND 26 STYLES PROVIDE AUTOMATIC ACCOMPANIMENT IDEAL FOR INDIAN MUSIC. NATURALLY, THE ELECTRONIC TABLA AND TAMPURAWHICH ARE INDISPENSABLE TO THIS TYPE OF MUSICCAN ALSO BE FOUND HERE. IN FACT, THIS KEYBOARD’S TABLA AND TAMPURA CAN BE SET AND PLAYED IN EXACTLY THE SAME WAY AS STAND-ALONE INSTRUMENTS. WHAT’S MORE, THE PSR-I455 ALSO COMES WITH RAGA-MODE PRACTICE SONGS THAT CAN BE CONVENIENTLY USED FOR INSTRUMENT AND VOICE TRAINING. THE PSR-I455 ALSO FEATURES A NUMBER OF ENHANCEMENTS TO CORE FUNCTIONS. IT HAS ITS OWN 10- SONG, 6-TRACK SEQUENCER, AS WELL AS A USB TO DEVICE TERMINAL FOR RAPID, CONVENIENT STORAGE OF SONGS, STYLES, AND REGISTRATION MEMORY DATA. MEANWHILE, A PAIR OF KNOB-TYPE CONTROLLERS PROVIDES FOR MORE-EXPRESSIVE LIVE PERFORMANCESFOR EXAMPLE, THEY CAN BE USED FOR REAL-TIME CONTROL OF ASSIGNED EFFECTS SUCH AS FILTERS OR TO MODIFY ARPEGGIO FUNCTION PATTERNS, OF WHICH 162 DIFFERENT TYPES ARE INCLUDED. NOT ONLY KEYBOARD PLAYING, BUT ALSO DJ PERFORMANCES CAN BE MADE MUCH MORE DYNAMIC AND EXCITING USING THESE CONTROLLERS. THE PSR-I455 CAN REPLICATE A DIVERSE RANGE OF INSTRUMENTS AND MUSICAL GENRES FROM COUNTRIES AND REGIONS ALL OVER THE WORLD, NOT JUST INDIA. AS SUCH, IT IS SUITABLE FOR A GREAT MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSIC. WHETHER STUDYING, PLAYING FOR FUN, OR PERFORMING FOR OTHERS, YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED PACKED INTO THE STYLISH SILVER AND BLACK BODY OF THIS CLASS-TOPPING SUPER KEYBOARD.
Samsung Galaxy A7 2018 Dual SIM – 128GB, 4GB RAM, 4G LTE, Black
From the manufacturer
- Dual SIM
- 4GB RAM
- 4G LTE
- Display : 6.0 Inch FHD+ sAMOLED Infinity Display
- Rear Camera : 24MP + 5MP + 8MP
- Front Camera: 24MP
- Weight: 168 g
- Battery capacity: 3300 mAh / CPU: Octa Core.
Samsung Galaxy A70 Dual SIM – 128GB, 6GB RAM, 4G LTE,
The Galaxy A70’S Maximised 6.7-Inch Screen Brings You Even Closer To The Things You Love By Bringing It All To Life On The Fhd+ Samoled Infinity-U Display. Whether Streaming Or Watching Your Favourite Shows, The Expansive 20:9 Aspect Ratio Is A Viewing Experience That Takes You To New Worlds.
Mobile Set, Charger and Headset
Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 (SM-A920F/DS) 6GB / 128GB 6.3-inches LTE Dual SIM
Package Dimensions 6.9 x 3.7 x 2.2 inches Item Weight 6.4 ounces Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies) ASIN B07KQJC5RR Item model number Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,116 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#610 in Unlocked Cell Phones
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Dual Sim – 128GB, 8GB RAM, 4G LTE
AED2,700.00 Samsung S10+ Display 3040 x 1440 (Quad HD+), Dynamic AMOLED Screen Size 6.4″ Fingerprint Sensor Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor (On-screen) Rear camera 12MP (Wide, F1.5/F2.4) + 12MP (Telephoto, F2.4) + 16MP (Ultra Wide, F2.2) Front Camera 10MP AF (F1.9) + 8MP (RGB, F2.2) Storage 128GB or 512GB or 1TB Memory 12GB RAM Battery 4,100mAh (Typical). Fast Charging, Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, Powershare.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Dual Sim – 128GB, 8GB RAM, 4G LTE,
Product descriptionColor:Prism Black | Size:128 GB
Samsung raises the bar again with the Samsung Galaxy S10 Dual SIM. Celebrating a decade since the launch of the first Samsung Galaxy S, it is engineered to meet the distinct needs of today’s smartphone market, allowing you to do more of what you love. It delivers a new dimension of mobile photography experiences with its avant-garde camera system. Boasting advanced ISP and MFC, the vision image processing unit at the core of Galaxy S10 paves the way for DSLR-like picture quality. It incorporates leading-edge Samsung Exynos SoC that features an LTE modem and diverse wireless connectivity options for faster and seamless mobile experiences. Available in a prism black finish, the Galaxy S10 Dual SIM sets the stage for the next generation of mobile experiences.
Samsung Galaxy S10e
- External fingerprint sensor (not in-display)
- IP68 water and dust resistant
- 142 x 70 x 7.9mm; 150g
Glance at it from the front and you could be forgiven for thinking the S10e is part of the iPhone X family. It has that flat screen with rounded corners and shiny rounded metal edges. But there’s enough here on a second glance to dispel those initial impressions.
Firstly, there’s no hint of that hefty notch that’s become the silhouette synonymous with Apple’s latest phones. Instead, the S10e has the single cutout camera within the display, similar to the Galaxy S10.
Secondly, the bottom bezel (or ‘chin’ as we so often call it) isn’t the same thickness as the edges. It’s thicker, which means the bottom corners of the screen don’t perfectly fit in with the rounded corners of the frame. It’s not terrible to look at, by any means, but it would look better if the screen stretched a little further and pushed closer into the bottom corners. Still, it’s easily ignorable once you get used to the phone.
Now, because the Galaxy S10e doesn’t have the in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor that the S10 and S10+ have, Samsung had to come up with a way to include a fingerprint scanner without adding hefty thickness to the screen’s frame. Rather than put one on to the back, beneath the camera like previous phones, Samsung has built it in to the right edge, in the wake/sleep button.
It’s placement is well considered. It’s not exactly at the natural thumb height, which means you’re unlikely to press and unlock accidentally. You have to slide the phone slightly to get to it, which is a minor inconvenience that staves off constant irritation at unintended unlocks. What’s more, the volume and Bixby buttons are on the opposite side, which is so much better than, say, Sony’s method of cramming them all together on the same side.
As a whole, the S10e is a neat package. The glass very subtly curves towards the metal edges, creating an almost seamless look and feel, while the polished metal gives it a real high-end look. With that said, the baby blue-ish tint on the prism white model does give it a bit of a “kids’ phone” vibe, as does the dual camera protrusion with its silver finish.
- 5.8-inch AMOLED panel
- 1080 x 2280 resolution (438ppi)
- HDR10+ compliant
The interesting thing about this display is that it’s smaller, at 5.8-inches, compared to the 6.1- and 6.4-inch displays of the bigger S10 and S10+. That makes for neater one-handed holding. But while the S10e’s is a lower resolution (Full HD+ versus Quad HD+) the difference in terms of detail is quite minimal, because it still has in impressive pixel density and is built using the same OLED technology as its siblings.
Here’s the crux: despite the S10 and S10+ having QHD displays, Samsung sets them to Full HD by default, so you have to go into the settings to max out the resolution, which we presume most people will not be doing.
A benefit of this screen is that it’s completely flat – which means you don’t get any of the slight distortion towards the edges that you might get on the curved edges of its bigger family members.
This means it’s actually really great for gaming, watching movies or just about anything else you want to do on your phone. It’s the ideal mobile Netflix screen, and if you choose the right HDR equipped shows, it can look really stunning.
Performance, battery and One UI
- Exynos 9820 processor
- 6GB/8GB RAM
- 128GB/256GB storage
- 3,100mAh battery
- Android Pie-based One UI
We’ve spoken about the changes in Samsung’s software already – take a look at our detailed feature, here – and whicever Galaxy S10 model you choose the software is identical. So we won’t go into too much detail on that here, except to say that it’s equal parts great and also not so great.
We love the fluidity of the animations, the new overall shape and feel of notifications, the recent apps and app drawer. We’re not big fans of the new default app icons though, as they seem a big too colourful and child-like. What’s more, certain apps and screens just have too much space in them. Swipe down on Settings, for example, and the top “Settings” menu name fills half the screen.
The important thing is that it all runs really smoothly and effortlessly using the new Exynos processor. It doesn’t seem to matter what game or app you load, it does so without a stutter. It’s very responsive and quick.
Similarly, battery life never caused us an issue either. It may only be 3,100mAh (compared to 3,400mAh and 4,100mAh in the other S10 models), but it’s powering a smaller, lower resolution screen, and therefore this battery lasts comfortably through a busy work day. Just charge it every night and we don’t foresee any battery life shortage issues. It’s got generally all most people need.
There’s versatility and convenience in charging too, with both wired and wireless charging options available. On the downside, however, Samsung seems to be lagging behind the likes of Oppo and Huawei when it comes to charging quickly. The S10e has 15W fast-charging – which isn’t anything close to the rapid charging that either of the big Chinese companies offer. If you’re a “plug it in at night and leave it ’til morning” kind of person then this won’t bother you, but it won’t fill up as much in that quick 15-20 mins before rushing out as you’d be able to achieve with Oppo’s 50W Super VOOC charging or Huawei’s 40W SuperCharge.
- Dual camera
- 12MP dual-aperture primary
- 16MP ultrawide
Hardware and performance of the camera on the S10e is just like the S10 and S10+ – except its missing the telephoto 2x zoom lens. That means you get the ultra-wide and the primary 12-megapixel wide camera.
We won’t go into too much detail here, since we’ve already covered it in the Galaxy S10+, but results and performance is great in most conditions. There’s plenty of fun to be had with AR emoji and the super slow-motion video.
The one place Samsung currently doesn’t match its rivals is in night modes. With the likes of the Google Pixel, Huawei and Oppo phones all offering super night modes of various degrees, Samsung needs to advance here.
Still, photos from the S10e in moderate-to-good light come out sharp and well balanced, allthough sometimes have a tendency to come out a little overexposed from the main camera.
On the whole, the Samsung Galaxy S10e is a powerful, palm-friendly smartphone that’s ready to compete head-on with the iPhone XS and the Pixel 3. And in many ways it comes out on top.
It would be easy to point at the S10e’s feature list and say it’s not as exciting as the Galaxy S10 or S10+. But having used it for a while, we’ve come to realise it’s not really missing anything that matters – except maybe that telephoto zoom camera and the in-screen fingerprint sensor.
We might’ve come in expecting to be critical of this lesser featured Galaxy phone, but we’ve come away wanting nothing. In many ways it’s simply the smaller Galaxy option for those who don’t want a giant phone. By no means is it the poor-man’s Galaxy we thought it might be.