Galaxy M10s incoming with beefier Exynos chipset, gets Wi-Fi certification
It doesn’t look like the floodgates will close anytime soon when it comes to the number of budget and mid-range Galaxy phones Samsung is launching this year. A new Galaxy M series phone with model number SM-M107F has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and has shown up on Geekbench, revealing that the Korean giant is working on what should be the Galaxy M10s, an iterative upgrade over the Galaxy M10 similar to devices like the Galaxy A10s and Galaxy A50s.
And the M10s’ main upgrade looks to be in the performance department – the SM-M107F is powered by an Exynos 7885/7904 chipset, the same one that powers the Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30. The M10 uses the Exynos 7870, which is a rather old budget-grade Exynos chip that is all about efficiency and has been found in many Galaxy J series phones. The device also has 3GB of RAM, and like every phone launched after the Galaxy S10, runs Android Pie out of the box.
Samsung is also prepping a Galaxy M20s and a Galaxy M30s, both of which are likely to be the first Galaxy phones with a 6,000 mAh battery. The Galaxy A10s also brings a larger battery compared to the Galaxy A10, so it’s possible the Galaxy M10s will have a bigger battery than the M10 (which has a 3,400 mAh battery). What other upgrades these devices will offer remains to be seen.