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Galaxy M10s user manual spotted on Samsung India website shows what's coming

10 September 2019 0

Samsung must be having more smartphones to launch in its affordable M-series and one of them is already launching on September 18 in India. Well, now a user manual spotted on Samsung's official India site also confirms that there is one affordable Android smartphone to launch soon.

The user manual of the Galaxy M10s spotted on the official website shows how the device looks and what does it include. As visible in the image, the device includes a teardrop notch to house the selfie camera. The proximity sensor is placed on the left side of the phone.

One of the significant changes in the design of the M10s compared to the original M10 is the USB-C port at the bottom. The standard version relied on an older-generation USB port for charging and data transfers but it’s good to see that its successor is upgrading in a good way.

The rear side of the device in the user manual shows dual cameras and the fingerprint sensor in the oval shape. The microphone stays at the top and bottom as well and a headphone jack is at the bottom as well accompanied by a speaker unit.

These were the design insights that we got to know from the user manual. Talking about the specifications, they have been making the rounds for a while now. The Geekbench listing revealed the presence of Exynos 7885 processor clocked at 1.3GHz octa-core processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. It will run on Android 9 Pie and may get Android 10 upgradeability. The audio system is said to be coming with the support for Dolby Atmos technology.

The listed user manual of the Galaxy M10s suggests the launch is pretty near, though we expect it to arrive in October after the Galaxy M30s.

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Galaxy M10s user manual spotted on Samsung India website shows what's coming
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