Samsung Announces Galaxy A10s; Features 6.2-Inch Infinity-V Display

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 13, 2019

Samsung India launched the Galaxy M Series smartphones earlier this year in a bid to win back lost ground in the budget smartphone market in India - a space dominated by the likes of Xiaomi and Realme.

Shown off by Samsung in a post on its Newsroom, the Galaxy A10s builds on numerous specs of the base Galaxy A10, and in fact seems incredibly similar to the Galaxy A20, which has also seen letter variants including the A20e. In essence, it is only a slight upgrade over the Galaxy A10 that's now on sale in the country for Rs. 7,990, so it won't be a massive surprise if Samsung prices the phone at similar levels to better compete with the likes of Xiaomi and Realme.

The Samsung Galaxy Note+ has achieved the highest-ever DxOMark scores for both selfie and rear-facing smartphone cameras.

As a start, the Galaxy A10s is running on an unnamed octa-core chipset (most likely an Exynos processor), has 2GB RAM, and a hefty 4000mAh battery.

One other new addition to the phone is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, which the basic A10 doesn't have. Around the front, the selfie camera nestled inside the notch of the display is an 8MP f/2.0 camera sensor, and also doubles as the facial recognition sensor. The phone is also available in four simply colours: Blue, Green, Red, and Black.

At the time of writing, Samsung did not specify any local pricing or availability for the Galaxy A10s.

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