Incoming Samsung Galaxy A10e revealed by Wi-Fi certification

Michail, 19 April 2019

The Galaxy A10 is currently the most affordable A-series phone, but it looks like Samsung will offer an even more affordable version similar to what it did with the Galaxy A20 and A20e. A new phone bearing the SM-A102U naming passed was certified by the Wi-Fi alliance, and it will likely hit shelves as the A10e.

From the certification, we learn the new phone will run on Android 9.0 and support dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, unlike the regular A10 which does not come with dual-band capabilities. This difference might suggest that the A10e will run on a newer SoC. As for the rest of the device, we can expect a similar all-around design with a smaller screen and battery.

The regular A10 packs a 6.2-inch HD+ IPS panel. The front camera comes in at 5MP, while the back features a single 13MP f/1.9 camera and LED flash, but no fingerprint scanner. The battery capacity is 3,400 mAh and is topped up via microUSB. Luckily there's also a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Samsung Galaxy A10 retails for about $120 so we can the upcoming Galaxy A10e to come close to $100.

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Well allright no argue to that.

And Oppo and Vivo. Hell, between Honor and Huawei, we had 54 devices from them last year

Man if Samsung will follow its chedule then we have M10-M90 thus 9 devices, A10-A90 also 9 devices A10e-A90e 9 devices S10e, S10 and S10 plus 3 devices plus 5G variants for S10 and S10 plus 2 devices And Note 10 5G and 4G 2 devices So 9+9+9...