This year Samsung has introduced many Samsung A-series smartphones in its low-range to mid-range line-up. In the market Galaxy A10, A20, A30, A40, A50, A60, A70, and the latest Galaxy A80 are some of them. Now to make it more flexible for customers, Samsung going to launch ‘E’ & ‘S’ vatiants, handful of devices in the same series. To confirm the news, Samsung Galaxy A10s has received Bluetooth certification of Bluetooth SIG’s website to make the clear way of its launching in the market.
The Galaxy A10s has recently found in FCC documents, and leaked features tells some clue about it. As per the listing the device will launch in two models, SM-A107F & SM-A107M. In some markets, it will launch with dual-SIM supports, as both appeared with SM-A107F_DS & SMA107M_DS model numbers, where DS hints Dual-SIM support. The listing suggests the smartphone will support Bluetooth 4.2 version with software version A107FOLM0ASF7.
The rumor specifications have mentioned Galaxy A10s is much similar to the Galaxy A10. It is a variant of A10 models so we can go with the specs. It will come with 6.0-inch or more display, 3900mAh battery power, dual rear cameras, fingerprint scanner, and 3.5mm jack. The smartphone will be powered with an octa-core processor with 2GB of RAM and runs on Android Pie 9.0 out of the core. There is no news about its specific launch date and available countries.