Samsung recently announced the Galaxy A10s, an entry-level smartphone made for the budget-conscious consumer. Despite its budget-friendly nature, the phone looks to be packing some pretty mid-range hardware underneath.
As a start, the Galaxy A10s is running on an unnamed octa-core chipset (most likely an Exynos processor), has 2GB RAM, and a hefty 4000mAh battery. For the display, the phone sports a 6.2-inch Infinity-V HD+ display. As for the storage, it comes with an internal storage capacity of 32GB, but it can be expanded to a maxium of 512GB via the on-board microSD card slot.
In terms of cameras, the Galaxy A10s’ rear camera module comprises a dual 13MP f/1.8 main camera and a 2MP f/2.4 depth sensor. Around the front, the selfie camera nestled inside the notch of the display is an 8MP f/2.0 camera sensor, and also doubles as the facial recognition sensor.
Other specifications of the Galaxy A10s include a dual SIM card slot, a rear fingerprint scanner, and the phone running Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. The phone is also available in four simply colours: Blue, Green, Red, and Black.
At the time of writing, Samsung did not specify any local pricing or availability for the Galaxy A10s.