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Samsung Galaxy A10s passes FCC certification, suggests a 3900mAh battery

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Samsung has started its new budget and mid-range series — the Galaxy A and the Galaxy M series respectively. Under the M series, Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy M40. Along with the Galaxy M40, earlier reports suggested us that there would the new budget A10s as well. However, that hadn’t happened the new FCC certification nonetheless suggests us that the launch is imminent.

As per the new report, there appears to be a new Samsung smartphone bearing SM-A107F model number, which matches the earlier reported Gaalxu A10s bearing similar SM-A107 version number has supposedly passed the FCC, meaning the launch is ahead pretty soon. The FCC certification has further shed some information regarding the new Samsung smartphone, which is believed to be the Galaxy A10s since the version numbers appear to be the same.

According to the FCC report, the Galaxy A10s is said to be powered by decent 3900mAh battery alongside the schematics of the alleged Galaxy A10s has also been revealed indicating us dual rear cameras on the aligned with LED flash. For authentication, there appears to be rear mounted fingerprint sensor as well. In addition, the Galaxy A10s comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack aligned with a USB port as well.

The Galaxy A10s could be featuring a screen size of 6.86-inches, according to the dimensions mentioned in the schematics of the Samsung device. Further specifications and the official launch details of the upcoming Galaxy A10s is yet to be known. Also, this new Galaxy A10s will add to the current Galaxy family, which already comprises of the regular Galaxy A10 and the A10e variants. The release and availability details of the alleged A10s is still speculative, however, earlier reports have suggested that this could be powered by MediaTek Helio P22 SoC, while the Galaxy A10 came with Exynos 78854 SoC. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

(The featured image is of Samsung Galaxy A10)

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