Alleged Samsung Galaxy A10s passes through FCC with dual camera and a 3,900 mAh battery
Samsung launched the Galaxy A10 back in February this year, and then followed it up with the Galaxy A10e last week. Now it seems these smartphones will soon be joined by a third device - the Galaxy A10s.
A Samsung smartphone bearing model number SM-A107F, believed to be the Galaxy A10s, has passed through FCC hinting at an imminent launch.
The FCC listing reveals that this smartphone will pack a 3,900 mAh battery. The listing also includes a schematic of the smartphone which shows a dual camera setup at the back accompanied by an LED flash and a fingerprint scanner.
Furthermore, the smartphone also has a headphone jack at the bottom on the right side of the USB port.
The SM-A10F measures 157 mm in length, 75.8 mm in width and 174.3 mm diagonally, which translates to 6.86 inches, though obviously that won't be all display.
For comparison, the Galaxy A10 has a 6.2-inch screen, a 13MP single rear camera, a 3,400 mAh battery, and it doesn't have a fingerprint scanner like the A10s.
The Galaxy A10 is powered by an Exynos 7884 SoC and it remains to be seen if the Galaxy A10s also comes with this chipset at the helm or will have something more powerful.
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