The Samsung Galaxy M10s is now an Android Enterprise Recommended device
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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