Samsung still has a few Galaxy A handsets in the pipeline and it seems that the Galaxy A10s release may not be that far off now. The device has picked up its Wi-Fi certification, which is usually a good indication that the launch is just around the corner.
The Galaxy A10s made its way through the FCC just last week. The filing revealed the overall dimensions of this device and some additional details. As you’d expect, the Galaxy A10s is going to be a slightly upgraded variant of the Galaxy A10.
Galaxy A10s release could take place soon
The Galaxy A10 doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor so customers who want one will have to purchase the Galaxy A10s instead. The FCC filing had revealed that the Galaxy A10s is going to have a fingerprint sensor at the back in addition to a dual camera system. The Galaxy A10 only has a single rear camera.
The differences may also extend to battery capacity. The Galaxy A10s is said to feature a 3,900mAh battery compared to the 3,400mAh on the existing device. It will retain the base 32GB internal storage, though. We have previously revealed that the device will be available in red, blue, green and black color options. It may be powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset with 2GB of RAM and run Android 9 Pie out of the box.
The Galaxy A10s bearing model number SM-A107F has now been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. That’s another hurdle crossed in the run up to the device’s release. Samsung hasn’t confirmed as yet when it’s going to come out. It shouldn’t be too long now.