Customers have many complaints about Galaxy smartphones, but lack of enough models across price points is definitely not one of them. Samsung has already launched close to a dozen smartphones under the new A series so far, many of which are already available in the Indian market. The company is now gearing up to add one more A series device to its lineup in the subcontinent.
We can exclusively report that Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy A10s in India as early as next week. It will be priced at ₹8,990, which is ₹1,000 more than the launch price and ₹500 more than the current price of the standard A10. For this marginal increase in price, Samsung is adding enough upgrades to make the A10s an attractive entry-level offering.
Compared to the regular model, the A10s will sport a bigger 4,000mAh battery, an additional rear camera, and a fingerprint sensor on the back. Rest of the key specifications are likely to remain the same. The ‘s’ variants of the existing Galaxy A models are supposed to be minor upgrades, and the same holds true for the Galaxy A10s as well.
We are certain about the authenticity of the information, but things can always change before launch. It is just a matter of days before Samsung makes the Galaxy A10s official. The device was already spotted on the Android Enterprise Partners website today. In the meantime, do check out the leaked intro video of the device we published last week.