Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB Prism Black Unlocked
I touched/opened the access point on my old S6 and replicated the settings into the "add access point" on the S10e, and everything works fine.
On the S7 edge I have to shift my pinky to hook the bottom edge of the phone so I can re-position my hand and place thumb on the reader, then I have to move back to my normal holding position.
The S10e has a lower screen resolution than my S7 edge, but I can't say I tell there is a difference to my naked eye.
The very curved S7 edge screen edges make the image somewhat more "immersive" than the flat screen of the S10e, but this is no big deal for me The front camera makes a black "hole" in upper right of the display, but this hole does not distract me.
Thanks to being IP68, one of the first things I did was wash it off under the faucet.
The Snapdragon 855 is also significantly faster, though you won't notice a difference in most cases.
Plus the S10e is the perfect size..
The phone contained a Sprint ROM - meaning that it includes all of the Sprint built-in apps as though I had bought it from a Sprint store.
The device does not come with headphones or a SIM card. It does include a charger and charging cable that may be generic. It is fully unlocked and compatible with any carrier of choice (e.g. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US-Cellular, Cricket, Metro)
5/5I bought this renewed phone and received an S10e in beautiful condition.
The S10e reader is immeasurably better than the front lower reader on the S7 edge. JMHOTo sum up my review of this phone, I received an S 10e in top notch condition. I moved from Galaxy S7 Edge to a Galaxy 10e, so I'm not sure how valuable my review would be to someone. The S10E is great. I would highly recommend this renewed product. I bought this renewed phone and received a S10 e in beautiful condition. The listing included Verizon among the compatible carriers. Upon activation, I was able to make and receive calls but I had no 4g/LTE data connection, just WIFI. I have since learned that the access point settings are supposed to download automatically on activation, but sometimes they don't. I can't help thinking that issues like this are deliberate corporate curveballs, designed to encourage customers to buy new phones direct from the carrier. I ended up returning what was most probably a perfectly good item due to my service providers dropping the ball. They said the phone was incompatible and, I've since come to believe that was not the case. The fix was that I need to manually set up/add an access point.
2/5The phone contained a Sprint ROM - meaning that it includes all of the Sprint built-in apps as though I had bought it from a Sprint store.
I bought one wanting to use it with AT&T (which is a GSM carrier). The phone contained a Sprint ROM - meaning that it includes all of the Sprint built-in apps as though I had bought it from a Sprint store. When I tried to ad it to my Sprint account it turned out to be stolen - that is its locked to an unpaid account. Complete scam of a purchase and a waste of time. I've been buying refurbished phones for years and I've never had so much trouble. SMH no one will connect a stolen phone, who ever sells these is a true piece of work. This phone was sent from BuySpry. It is *not* a factory unlocked phone and when I tried. to connect it with verizon, the customer service representative informed that the phone was black listed! This is a result of this phone being stolen property. Got the phone, and everything was fine. But when I went to connect the phone with Verizon, the service rep told me that it was blacklisted because it had been stolen. I'm sure it would all be perfectly fine if I actually wanted to use Sprint, but we have an AT&s;T plan and need either an AT &t ROM or a standard Samsung ROM.
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