Samsung Galaxy A10 is now official

28 February 2019

Samsung announced the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 right in time for MWC 2019, but today the company also introduced a more affordable member of the A series - the Galaxy A10.

The phone is powered by the Exynos 7884 chipset and 2 GB RAM, and there is only one camera on the back.

The Galaxy A10 packs a 6.2" HD+ Infinity-V display and an Exynos 7884 which is a rare platform even for Samsung smartphones - we’ve seen it only once in a device called Galaxy J3 V. It has two performance Cortex-A73 cores at 1.35 GHz and six more Cortex-A53 units, at the same frequency.

Samsung coupled the relatively low RAM with just 32 GB storage, but there is a microSD slot for up to 512 more gigs. The main camera is 13 MP f/1.9, while the selfie shooter in the waterdrop notch is 5 MP. Battery is 3,400 mAh and the phone comes with Android Pie and One UI on top of it.

Samsung Galaxy A10 in Black Samsung Galaxy A10 in Blue Samsung Galaxy A10 in Red
Samsung Galaxy A10 in Black, Blue, Red

The Samsung Galaxy A10 will be available in Blue, Black, or Red around mid-March, along with the Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50 who were also part of the announcement that took place in India. The Galaxy A10 will cost INR8,490 (about $120), the Galaxy A30 will start from INR16,990 (around $240), while the triple-cam Galaxy A50 will start from INR19,990, which is under $280.

Source | Via