Galaxy M10 launched in Vietnam, sales start April 17
Following the success of the Galaxy M20, Samsung has launched the Galaxy M10 in Vietnam. Just like its sibling, the Galaxy M10 is also equipped with an Infinity-V display and dual rear camera setup. The device will go on sale in Vietnam on April 17, exclusively via Lazada e-commerce.
A budget phone with an ultra-wide camera
The Galaxy M10 has pretty much the same design and construction as that of the Galaxy M20. It features a 6.2-inch Infinity-V display with a waterdrop-like notch. The device is powered by the Exynos 7870 SoC, coupled with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space. The Galaxy M10 also comes in a 3GB+32GB variant, but Samsung isn’t yet launching it in Vietnam.
The best thing about the Galaxy M10 is its dual rear camera setup. You get a 13MP primary sensor, as well as a secondary 5MP lens that can take 120-degree ultra-wide shots. The AI-powered cameras are capable of identifying 20 different scenes and optimizing image quality accordingly. There’s also a 5MP snapper on the front, which comes integrated with features like AR Emoji, AR Stickers, Stamp and Filters. The body is made entirely of plastic, with soft rounded corners and smooth backside, which houses the speaker grill. There’s no fingerprint sensor in this device, but you do get face unlock.
Samsung has priced the Galaxy M10 at VND 3,490,000 (~$150) in Vietnam. Early buyers, however, can grab the phone at just VND 2,790,000 (~$120) on the opening day of sale, that is on April 17. The device will only be sold online via Lazada e-commerce. The Galaxy M10 will be available in green and gray colors in the country.