Samsung seems determined to conquer the budget category in the world's second-largest smartphone market, and the new M10s is the most affordable offering from its Galaxy M series lineup. It's an upgraded version of the regular M10 with a bigger Super AMOLED display, a larger 4,000 battery with support for 15W fast charging, a USB Type-C port, and a slightly faster chipset. Combine all of that with a ₹7,999 price tag and you've got yourself a phone that competes with the likes of the Redmi 8 and Realme 5. But is the Samsung Galaxy M10s capable enough to beat the competition? We put it to the test to find out.