Tip Us Hey you, we are hiring! Join us if you are an author, developer or designer!

Samsung Galaxy A10s may come with dual rear cameras, 4,000mAH battery

18 July 2019 0

Samsung Galaxy A10

Samsung may have a new phone to launch in its A-series as we have started gaining some early insights on this phone already. The name of the phone is said to be the Galaxy A10s and it appears to be a slimmed-down version of the Galaxy A10. Not much is known about the device but a recent FCC certification revealed some key specs of the device. However, the latest tip from a very known tipster is revealing more and rather putting different specs to the table.

In collaboration with the MySmartPrice, the tipster Ishan Agarwal puts out some details of the Galaxy A10s. According to the tip, the device has 4,000mAH battery rather than the 3900mAH capacity as found in FCC listing. Further, the leak reveals that the smartphone will feature dual rear cameras setup of 13MP and 2MP sensors. On the front, the device is going to have an 8MP camera and the fingerprint scanner will be mounted on the rear. To remind you, the Galaxy A10 came with the only 5MP front camera. The Galaxy A10s will be offered in black, blue, and green color options.

The phone is said to be powered by 2.0GHz octa-core processor which could be the MediaTek Helio P22 as disclosed in Wi-Fi certification. The phone will have Android 9 Pie-based One UI out-of-the-box.

It’s currently unknown when the Galaxy A10s will launch and at what price. But as the device has already crossed the major certifications, we believe the launch is pretty near. Also, we are yet to know how the device looks like.

The Samsung Galaxy A10s isn't still available. To be notified when it becomse available click here.

0

comments

Samsung Galaxy A10s may come with dual rear cameras, 4,000mAH battery
Write a comment...
Android

Spotify Wrapped 2019 year-in-review feature shows songs that kept you hooked on

Curiosity

Qualcomm Snapdragon X2 is the world's first 5G extended reality platform

Android

Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 specs detailed: everything you need to know

Tech

Sundar Pichai is now also the CEO of Alphabet as Larry Page and Sergey Brin step down