Prominent leaker predicts improved camera, battery and more for the Samsung Galaxy A10s
A number of leaks, some of which have come from official bodies such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A10 is about to be supplanted by a new, improved model of (nearly) the same name. In fact, recent Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG approvals appear to confirm that this phone will be called the Galaxy A10s.
More recently, Ishan Agarwal has posted some more potential specs for the same, in conjunction with MySmartPrice. This leaker now projects that the phone will improve on the original A10 with a 4000mAh battery. In addition, this phone is now linked with a dual rear camera that will combine 13MP and 2MP lenses.
Agarwal also now asserts that the Galaxy A10s will gain an 8MP selfie camera and a "2.0GHz processor". As benchmarks for what may have been this phone showed that it was powered by the MediaTek Helio P22, this may be plausible. On the other hand, the tipster has not made any references to who his sources may be for this new rumor.
In addition, Samsung still has not released any official signs of a release date or price for the putative Galaxy A10s. This information might be of considerable interest to those in the market for a budget device with slightly premium features - or, indeed, those who have already shelled out for the OG Galaxy A10.