Curiosity 30 May
Korean tech giant Samsung is pacing towards launching new mid-ranged smartphones to compete with the Chinese brands that are quite appreciated in the affordable smartphone categories around the globe. We have noticed a lot of Galaxy A lineup smartphones developed by Samsung and the latest one with model number SM-A102U passed Wi-Fi certification and since then has been popping up on different platforms online.
Recently about a week ago, the device got FCC certification as we experienced various alleged case renders of the phone. Now in the latest development, we get to see Galaxy A10e (the phone under discussion) on Geekbench mobile benchmarking website as someone who had it pre-announcement somehow decided to run Geekbench on the device.
The benchmarking results reveal how the device is in line with Galaxy A10’s with 1163 in single-core while 3581 in multi-core results. Likewise, the phone is expected to offer Exynos 8885 chipset though which seems unlikely as it contradicts by the CPU base clock i.e. 1.35 GHz, and that refers to Exynos 7884 which is more likely to be the SoC present in the device.
Galaxy A10e is expected to offer 2GB RAM similarly to Galaxy A10, which brings us with questions as to what these phones would have different from each other and what omissions would Samsung do to bring down the cost of the budget variant i.e. Galaxy A10e. There could be chances that Galaxy S10e might offer smaller display and less battery capacity.
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