What you need to know
- The Samsung Galaxy A10e can now be purchased at AT&T.
- It has an MSRP of $210 or $7/month on an installment plan.
- A promo knocks the phone down to just $1/month.
Last month, Samsung announced that it was bringing a slew of its popular Galaxy A devices to the U.S. following success in other markets. After the launch of the Galaxy A50 for Verizon in June, Samsung's now released the Galaxy A10e on AT&T.
The Galaxy A10e (opens in new tab) is a budget phone through and through, but looking at the features and specs it brings to the table for its price, it could be a pretty compelling option.
With the A10e, you're getting a 5.83-inch 1560 x 720 display, Exynos 7884B octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, 8MP rear camera, 5MP selfie camera, and a 3,000 mAh battery. We appreciate the inclusion of a 3.5mm headphone jack, but the use of Micro-USB on a phone coming out in 2019 is a tad annoying.
You'll pay $210 upfront for the Galaxy A10e or $7/month on an installment plan, but for a limited time, AT&T's offering the phone for just $1/month.
The Galaxy A10e certainly doesn't knock any socks off, but it does appear to be a solid competitor to something like the Moto G7 Play (opens in new tab) — so long as you're an AT&T customer, that is.
I don't know why there is so much hatred of micro USB. I have a large number of devices that use it (Flashlights, Kindles, etc) so having common chargers is a huge plus for me.
Im sure this is a solid and dependable phone but typical of Samsung and LG the buyout price is just too high for those specs. I would pay no more than $149 for it. Tops. Two gigs of ram is especially unacceptable in a $210 phone. I suppose one must expect to pay extra for the Samsung name.
Or get the Nokia 3.1 Plus exclusively at Cricket Wireless for $159.99. It has NFC, FM Radio, 32 GB space, Dual Rear Cameras and USB-C
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