Samsung Galaxy A10s details surface in new Android Enterprise listing
The Galaxy A10s is a projected new release from Samsung that may offer many enhancements with which the original A10 was not equipped. For example, the upcoming device is thought to feature a fingerprint scanner. Furthermore, it is speculated that the A10s may have a larger battery, in addition to a completely different processor.
However, the latest leak suggests that it will look the same as the Galaxy A10 (from the front, at least). It seems that Samsung has granted Google the opportunity to recommend the newer version as an Android Enterprise device. The resulting page on the relevant database shows a phone with a waterdrop-notched display.
The specs posted alongside this image assert that the Galaxy A10s has a 6.2-inch screen - just like the A10. Whether this display is also of the same IPS-LCD HD+ calibre remains to be seen. Android Enterprise Partners also now tell us that the A10s has 2GB of RAM and 32GB in fixed storage: again, not unlike its immediate predecessor.
These attributes may strike some potential buyers as a little disappointing. However, if the A10s really is that much like the A10, it will also support microSD cards of as much as 1TB in size. Despite this apparent disruption of any remaining mystery surrounding this phone, it still lacks a concrete release date. Then again, SamMobile asserts that this could occur in India as early as 1 week from today (24 July, 2019).