Samsung Galaxy A's lowest end budget smartphone series is the Galaxy A10, which has only one camera maro and all the trappings of an affordable device, but Samsung as Samsung Galaxy A10 & # 39; Pro & # 39; Version unveiled.
As shown by Samsung in a post on its newsroom, the Galaxy A10s builds on many specs of the Galaxy A10, and in fact looks similar to the Galaxy A20, with characters including the A20e.
The Samsung Galaxy A10 comes with only one rear camera – the current is the only phone in the series to do so. The Galaxy A10s, however, will add a 2MP depth sensor to the A10's 13MP main camera, which should be useful for portrait shots to add a decent background opacity.
Another powerful upgrade is the battery capacity, which sits at 4,000 mAh in the Galaxy A10, as opposed to 3,400 mAh in the A10, so you're getting a lot more power, which you should watch for several hours.
Another new addition to the phone is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, which is not the default A10. It should make the handset very easy.
The rest of the A10's specs are virtually identical to the A10's – there's a 6.2-inch display, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, and an 8MP front camera (up from 5MP on the A10). The device is a bit longer, and its chord is a little more than 10 knots, but other than that, the design is the same.
We have no word on release date or pricing information at the moment, so we asked Samsung if it could provide us with any additional details and will update this article when we hear back.
The 2019 Galaxy A range is quickly becoming quite clutter – the A10 was previously sitting in a super low-budget niche, with only one camera and no fingerprint scanner, but the A10 is similar to the A20, which in turn was not large enough here. And with each step there representing a small spec upgrade, different from the A30 and AA50.
With the advent of variants written in each model, that Galaxy A phone can be confusing instead of trying to outdo what is best for you.