In February, Samsung launched the Galaxy A10, A30 & A50 smartphones where the A10 was obviously the cheapest, with the starting price of Rs 8,490. Now, the company announced Samsung Galaxy A10s & as the name suggests, it is an upgrade to the A10. Two of the biggest upgrades include Dual Cameras & the addition of a fingerprint scanner, something that the A10 lacks.
The design isn’t any different. The phone has a plastic build & the dual cameras are placed vertically. The fingerprint scanner is also there on the rear. On the front, there is a display with a waterdrop notch & a big bottom chin. The micro USB port & the headphone jack are placed on the bottom.
The display is a 6.2-inch TFT panel with HD+ resolution (720 x 1520) & it is an Infinity-V panel which means there is a waterdrop notch. Samsung didn’t reveal the name of the chip that powers the Galaxy A10s & only mentioned an “Octa-Core” processor with 4x 2.0GHz cores & 4x 1.5GHz cores. There is 2GB RAM along with 32GB storage so there is no RAM upgrade when compared to the Galaxy A10.
Coming to the cameras, there are now two on the back instead of just one. The Samsung Galaxy A10s has a primary 13MP f/1.8 camera & a secondary 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor. On the front, there is an 8MP f/2.0 camera. The battery size is the same as the A10 i.e., 4,000mAh.
The Samsung Galaxy A10s comes in four colors – Blue, Green, Red & Black. The phone has only been announced, so the pricing & the launch date is not yet known.