The Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) recently cleared a device believed to be the Samsung Galaxy A10s with model number SM-A107F. This came after the device received clearance from the FCC in the U.S., although it has since been cleared for release in Thailand as well.
Apparently, the Galaxy A10s will be sold in multiple markets, with others getting model SM-A107M. This variant has recently dropped by the WFA, implying that it will be unveiled soon.
There is no known release date for the Galaxy A10s. Also, it’s still unclear which markets will get this model, but from the look of things, this is a superior variant to the standard Galaxy A10 released earlier this year.
Apparently, the A10s will ship with a dual-lens camera on the back and a bigger 3900mAh battery unit. Interestingly, this device is rumored to come with a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset, which is unusual for Samsung phones. Usually, Samsung uses its in-house Exynos chipsets where a Snapdragon processor isn’t in action. The 2GB RAM and 32GB base storage will be retained, though.
Even more interesting is that the Galaxy A10s will get a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and as per the WFA listing, Android 9 Pie will run the show out of the box.
With all these details floating around, it’s suggestive that Samsung is almost launching the Galaxy A10s. It’s then that we’ll verify all these developments, including local availability of the device.