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The Samsung Galaxy M10s is now an Android Enterprise Recommended device

The Samsung Galaxy M10s may be released soon. (Source: linekraft)
The Samsung Galaxy M10s may be released soon. (Source: linekraft)
The Samsung Galaxy M10s now seems to be official. It has appeared on the Android Enterprise database, which reveals it to be a device with 3GB of RAM and 32GB in interal storage. Unlike the original M10, it also has a 6.4-inch display and a fingerprint sensor.

The release of the Samsung Galaxy M10s has been predicted through various leaks and rumors for some time. It has been speculated to be a variant of the pre-existing M10 with some interesting tweak or other. Now, it seems that this feature has been revealed.

The Galaxy M10s has recently appeared on the Android Enterprise database as a phone with 3GB of RAM and 32GB in fixed storage. This matches the Galaxy M10's specs at its highest end; however, it also mentions a 6.4-inch display. As the M10 has a 6.22-inch HD+ TFT screen, it is possible that its new variant may get a higher-quality panel.

Android Enterprise Recommends also mentions that the M10s has a fingerprint sensor, something the M10 lacks. However, this listing is missing its usual front-panel photo for the device in question, making guesses at where this module may be located. All in all, it appears that the M10 may be a getting a slightly more premium refresh in the near future.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-09-12 (Update: 2019-09-13)