p30 pro also note expensive around HK$4600 with 256gb and 8gb ram, if you want, you can get 512gb one for around HK$5700
The light is so annoying to me, so I turned it off. In my S9+ updated to the latest Android P (well latest for this phone), I could only turn it on or off it seems. Guess your S10e has more refinements. I've recently gotten a smart watch, and the notifications to me are better than the flashing light.
On the topic of lenses - more is better.
Why? simply because of specialisation.
On my Note10+ for instance, there are 3 lenses on the back:
* regular focal length
* a zoom lens
* a wide lens
Having physically different lenses is always going to be better for quality - think digital zoom vs physical zoom.
Do you NEED these extra lenses? It all depends, I have used all 3 - but if I had to pick two it would be regular + wide angle
I should add for me, while having a good camera would be great, it isn't the main reason for me buying a new phone (although appreciate that for others, camera is much higher on the priority list).
I’m not bothered about spending loads on a phone. I have the basic Xiamoi A1 and my wife has the more recent A3. Less than 200 US dollars. The A3 camera is really good for the price point,
I have a friend who has the Mi 9 and loves it,
Not had any issues with them. Reliable, fast, work well, regular updates.
Don’t know about the other models but the A1, A2, A3 are standard Google Android. I can’t fault the UI.