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Updated January 10, 2024·

If you're looking for a larger screen and better battery life, and you're comfortable with a phone constructed with plastic materials, the Motorola One 5G Ace could be a good fit. It's a newer model with 5G capabilities and a more generous battery life. However, if camera quality is a high priority for you, the Samsung Galaxy S10e offers superior photo and video quality in a more compact form with its metal and glass construction. The S10e also has an OLED screen, which generally provides a more vibrant display compared to the One 5G Ace's LCD, and includes high-end features such as HDR video, wireless charging, and a higher peak brightness, but it does have a shorter battery life and no 5G. Both phones are priced similarly, so your choice largely depends on whether you prioritize display and camera quality over battery life and screen size. Give Feedback

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Key differences

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Overall Camera Quality

One 5G Ace
Galaxy S10e
The Samsung Galaxy S10e and Motorola One 5G Ace both have poor overall camera quality, though the Samsung Galaxy S10e has somewhat better overall camera quality.

Photo Quality

One 5G Ace
Galaxy S10e
The Samsung Galaxy S10e and Motorola One 5G Ace both have poor photos, though the Samsung Galaxy S10e takes somewhat better photos.

Video Quality

One 5G Ace
Galaxy S10e
The Samsung Galaxy S10e and Motorola One 5G Ace both have poor videos, though the Samsung Galaxy S10e takes somewhat better videos.


9.6 Hours
One 5G Ace
Galaxy S10e
6.9 Hours
The Motorola One 5G Ace has 9.6 hours of battery life. The Samsung Galaxy S10e has 6.9 hours of battery life.

Screen Size

The Motorola One 5G Ace has a screen size of 6.7 inches and the Samsung Galaxy S10e is 5.8 inches.


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The Motorola One 5G Ace has a price of $93 and the Samsung Galaxy S10e costs $128.
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How the Motorola One 5G Ace and the Samsung Galaxy S10e compare to other phones

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Spec Comparison

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Motorola One 5G AceSamsung Galaxy S10e
Motorola One 5G AceSamsung Galaxy S10e


Operating System
Release Date
January 14, 2021March 8, 2019


Screen Size
2400 x 10802280 x 1080
Variable refresh rate
Pixels Per Inch
Display Type


Internal Storage
64 gb128 gb
6 gb6 gb


Overall Camera Quality Score
Photos Score
Videos Score
Rear Cameras
Main, Ultrawide, MacroMain, Ultrawide
Main Camera
48 megapixels12 megapixels + OIS


Battery Life
9.6 hours6.9 hours
Battery Capacity
5000 mah3100 mah
Wireless Charging
Wireless charging Speed
0 w15 w
Reverse wireless charging
NoYes (4.5 watts)


6.54" x 3"5.6" x 2.75"
7.51 oz5.29 oz
Back Material
Stereo Speakers


Dual SIM
Bluetooth Version
WiFi Version
US 5G Bands
(SA/NSA/Sub6)2, 5, 25, 41, 66, 71N/A


Biometric unlock
Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor: RearFace unlock, Fingerprint sensor: Side
Unlockable Bootloader
Volcanic Gray, Frosted SilverPrism Black, Prism White, Prism Blue, Prism Green, Flamingo Pink, Cardinal Red, Cannary Yellow
Stock Android
SD Card

Comparison summary

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Comparison Summary
Better CameraSamsung Galaxy S10e
Better BatteryMotorola One 5G Ace
Better ScreenSamsung Galaxy S10e
Better performanceSamsung Galaxy S10e


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Motorola One 5G Ace

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Mark Knapp | February 2021
"The Motorola One 5G Ace is on the affordable side, but you don’t get a phone that will expire quickly. It proves plenty speedy for most uses, and has 5G support to get you onto the latest cellular technology. With a 6.7-inch display, the Motorola One 5G Ace is about as big as they come. The display is plenty bright, as sharp as it needs to be, and even offers HDR to round out the package."

Samsung Galaxy S10e

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The Verge

Natt Garun | March 2019
"You’re getting nearly the full S10 experience without spending as much money and in a size that’s a lot more appealing across demographics. If you’re looking for a good, small Android, this is a phone that I think most people will enjoy without sacrificing much in quality."

About Motorola

Motorola, a well-known name in the smartphone world, has a long-standing legacy in the industry, with a history dating back to the early days of mobile phones. The brand is mostly known for striking a balance between affordability and functionality, as well as providing a clean and straightforward interface with their software skin on top of Android. While they have traditionally been prominent in the budget and midrange categories, Motorola has also occasionally ventured into the high-end category for smartphones.

About Samsung

Samsung is one of the most recognizable names in the smartphone industry, standing as the undisputed best-selling brand of Android smartphones in the United States for many years now. Samsung is known for offering a variety of smartphones in all available price points, as well as for implementing cutting-edge technology and innovative features in their flagship devices, ones that often shape the market going forward. The company offers its own unique spin on Android, called One UI, which focuses on offering a multitude of features and is heavily customizable, according to user preference.

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