Samsung to launch Galaxy A10s with improved features
Surprisingly, after the splendid releases of Samsung Galaxy A–series smartphones ranging from entry-level smartphones to premium level, once again, the brand has been planning to upgrade its entry-level smartphone. As per the latest reports, Samsung is set to launch Galaxy A10s which will be the refined version of A10 having improvements in camera, processor, and battery departments. Now is the time to dive into the features it will facilitate.
The Galaxy A10s will come with a 6.2” IPS LCD display with 750 x 1520 pixels in resolution resulting in a quality screen resolution of 271 PPI and is covered by scratch-resistant glass. Featuring water-drop notch display A10s at 7.8mm is marginally thinner than A10. Additionally, Galaxy A10s is expected to present a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on its back.
The notable upgrade can be seen in the camera section in A10s which is armed with a 13MP + 2MP primary camera. Unlike 5MP in its earlier version, A10s will also come with an 8MP selfie camera for better selfies.
The Galaxy A10s is said to offer an octa-core processor and PowerVR GE8320 to deliver a good multitasking experience. It runs on the latest Android OS (Pie) and comes with Android One custom UI software for a better interface. It is equipped with 2GB RAM and internal storage of 32GB which can be further expanded up to 512GB via microSD card.
Another significant refinement is its battery backup which is powered by 4000 mAh battery to last all day long. It has a wide range of networking and sharing options too including Wi-Fi, GPS, MicroUSB, Bluetooth, 4G with VoLTE, Bluetooth, etc.
It is not yet official when this refreshed version will be launched but from some sources, it is expected to be launched in India with an anticipated price of INR 8,499/- by the end of July and will be available in Black, Blue and Green colors variants.