24 July 2019
A Samsung smartphone bearing model number SM-A107F, believed to be the Galaxy A10s has passed through FCC and the listing reveals a couple of key details. First off, crossing FCC indicates the launch is imminent and once launched the device will join its siblings from Galaxy A10 series - Galaxy A10, and the Galaxy A10e which got launched in the US two weeks back.
The listing also includes the schematics of the device which reflects the design and allows us to take out some information on the same. The schematic clearly shows the presence of dual cameras accompanied by an LED flash below the camera module. The oval-shaped fingerprint scanner is placed on the back of the device. The smartphone is shown in the picture also has a headphone jack at the bottom on the right side of the USB port.
The FCC listing reveals that this smartphone will pack a 3,900mAH battery. It measures 157mm in length, 75.8mm in width and 174.3mm diagonally, which translates to 6.86-inch, it's not going to be an all-display, though.
This is the first time the alleged device has been spotted and that too at FCC, that is enough to suggest the launch isn’t too far from us.
For comparison, the Galaxy A10 launched with a somewhat smaller battery capacity of 3,400AH, Exynos 7884 SoC, and 13MP single rear camera. It’s yet to be seen if the Galaxy A10s will come with the same processor.