Samsung is back to its old ways of flooding the market with budget and mid-range smartphones. As if there haven’t been enough of them this year, the company is also planning to launch a Galaxy M10s. It will only feature some minor improvements compared to the Galaxy M10.
The Galaxy M10 is one of the most basic smartphones that Samsung has on the market today. This iterative upgrade would most likely bring a slightly better chipset. It will retain the same amount of internal storage, though.
Galaxy M10s will be another entry-level handset
The Galaxy M10s with model number SM-M107F was recently certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The device also made an appearance on Geekbench. The listing revealed that it’s going to have an Exynos 7885/7904 chipset with 3GB of RAM. That’s the one found in the Galaxy M20 and M30. The Galaxy M10 has an Exynos 7870 chipset. We hear that it will keep the same 32GB of storage as its predecessor.
It won’t be the only Galaxy M series handset to get a refresh this year. Samsung also has the Galaxy M20s and the Galaxy M30s in the pipeline. No word as yet if the battery size will be bumped up on the Galaxy M10s but the other two are expected to be the first Galaxy smartphones with a 6,000mAh battery. So there’s a possibility that the battery may also get a bump on the Galaxy M10s.
Samsung will most likely introduce this device in India first. Given all of the circumstantial evidence that has surfaced so far, it may not be long before the Galaxy M10s goes official.