6.22-inch TFT HD+ display | 13MP+5MP rear cameras | 5MP front camera | Exynos 7870 processor | 3GB RAM+32GB storage | 3,400mAh battery
Samsung Galaxy M10 is a good-looking phone with a glossy polycarbonate back design. The phone feels premium. I liked that the Galaxy M10 is sleek and easy to hold despite the large 6.22-inch screen. It is lightweight too, which is another plus.
The display dominates the front of the phone with thin bezels on the sides and V notch, which looks stylish. Samsung Galaxy M10 gets a TFT display with HD+ resolution and Infinity-V notch on top.
Samsung Galaxy M10 is a good option considering the overall performance, display and a reliable battery. The camera are decent as well. The budget smartphone segment is the most crowded and the Galaxy M10 will face tough competition from Realme C1 that comes with similar specifications, and Xiaomi Redmi 6 series.
The Galaxy M20 uses a large 6.3-inch display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. The taller ratio goes a long way in making the phone comfortable to hold. The screen resolution here is 1080 x 2340 pixels and the display looks absolutely sharp. While the water drop notch has helped increase the screen to body ratio by quite a bit, I do feel that Samsung could have done a bit more to reduce the size of the chin as it gets in the way of a truly immersive experience.
The Samsung Galaxy M20 is powered by the Exynos 7904 chipset. Built on a 14-nanometer process, the chipset uses a combination of two Cortex A73 cores clocked at 1.8GHz, paired with six Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.6GHz. Those two Cortex A73 cores make all the difference in day to day use. The phone also has up to 4GB of RAM, which should definitely assist in multitasking.
Samsung has done a great job eking out the maximum out of the Exynos 7904 chip on the Galaxy M20. Performance is for the most part pretty good. Other than a stray frame drop or two, the interface was generally remarkably fluid. For everyday use, the phone’s performance is more than adequate.
Running Samsung Experience 9.5 on top of Android 8.1.0, the entire software package is very well optimized for the hardware. The entire experience is as smooth as it gets and other than a stray frame drop or two, it never really lagged or slowed down in any noticeable fashion.