Samsung Galaxy A10 variant listed on FCC with dual cameras, bigger battery
Samsung has not only launched a number of new phones under the Galaxy A series this year, but has also been working on multiple variants of some of these phones. The Galaxy A10, for example, was launched back in February following which Samsung launched the Galaxy A10e earlier this month. Now, there seems to be a third Galaxy A10 model, called the Galaxy A10s, which has now passed through FCC certification.
The Galaxy A10s will be similar to regular Galaxy A10, but will likely offer a few improvements under the hood. As per the FCC listing, the Galaxy A10s with model number SM-A107F is said to house a 3,900mAh battery, which would be bigger than the battery inside the Galaxy A10. To recall, the Galaxy A10 was launched with a 3,400mAh battery.
Samsung is also upgrading the cameras with the Galaxy A10s apparently offering dual cameras as per a schematic of the smartphone. The Galaxy A10 only offers a single rear camera with LED flash. The schematic further shows the presence of a fingerprint sensor, which is another feature missing on the original A10.
As per the listing, the Galaxy A10s will measure 157mm in length and 75.8mm in width. The screen size is said to be 6.86 inches, but the actual size of the display should be smaller. The Galaxy A10, to recall, brings a 6.2-inch HD+ Infinity-V display.
The Galaxy A10s processor may be an upgrade over the Exynos 7884 that powers the A10, but there is no mention of the chipset in the listing. The FCC listing suggests the launch of the Galaxy A10s is just around the corner. The pricing should be similar to the regular A10 at an entry-level price of around Rs 7,990, but it remains to be seen whether the phone makes it to India or not.