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Samsung Galaxy A10e alleged case renders appear; Gets FCC

23 May 2019 2

Samsung seems to have a new smartphone to launch which will even be cheaper than the already affordable Galaxy A10 smartphone. The standard Galaxy A10 device was launched in India back in February at Rs. 8,490 and now the apparent Galaxy A10e could cost even lower than this.

The alleged Galaxy A10e gained Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification last month and now case renders of the same have appeared on the leaks aggregator site Slashleaks. The renders shared inside the cases look no different than the standard Galaxy A10 version. There’s a single rear camera followed by an LED flash just below it, thus making a small module. The front of the phone, in fact, has the same waterdrop notch and a significant chin just like the Galaxy A10.

While the design is same, the specifications will definitely differ if such kind of lighter version exists. The Wi-Fi certification has already confirmed the device will run Android Pie. Samsung also launched the Galaxy A20e device which came up with a smaller display and battery than the standard Galaxy A20. So, we can expect similar changes coming to the yet-to-come Galaxy A10e device as well.

There are currently no details on its pricing and availability details but the device has already received the FCC certification. This indicates the launch is imminent. The FCC listing shows the device with model number EB-BA202ABU is bearing the battery capacity of 3,000mAH. An upcoming Samsung A-series smartphone having model number SM-A107F had recently been caught on Geekbench running on an Helio P22 chipset, clubbed with 2GB RAM. The device spotted could be a variant of the Galaxy A10e. However, take it with a pinch of salt and let’s wait for more details to come in.

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