23 April 2019
From the look of the things, the South Korean giant Samsung is on a spree of releasing new mid-range phones at a fast pace like the Chinese OEMs. That is why in just four months of this year we had seen seven variants of Galaxy A lineup and three phones under Galaxy M-lineup. Now it seems like the company is preparing another Galaxy A-lineup phone. Today a new Samsung phone bearing model number SM-A102U passes Wi-Fi certification. The device is likely to go official as Galaxy A10e.
The certification confirms the device is pre-installed with Android Pie. It comes with dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac support which means it will have better chipset than the Galaxy A10. Apart from appearing at Wi-Fi alliance, the device clears Bluetooth certification with a similar model number.
The Bluetooth certification confirms the device will be marketed as Galaxy A10e. For connectivity, it comes with Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy standard. Unfortunately, the hardware specs of the Galaxy A10e are still in the dark.
The Galaxy A10 was launched back in February for the Indian market. Since its announcement, the device achieved huge success due to solid hardware, attract design and affordable pricing. The company recently unveiled Galaxy A20e with smaller display and battery than the standard A20. So we can expect somewhat similar changes with the upcoming Galaxy A10e.
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