Samsung seems to be on a roll recently. It has been launching phone like a thirsty man chugs water. After launching the Galaxy A9, then the Galaxy A8s, the company is now hinting at a Galaxy A10. And Samsung was revamping its A-series with mid-range and low-end smartphones too, but the phone that’s coming up is to sport a flagship processor.
Yes, that’s right. The Galaxy A10 will sport the Snapdragon 845 chipset. Which, we now, find in the best of Samsung phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+. So, this makes it a flagship device, but, there should be a catch as the A-series are never about being flagships. Maybe there will be compromises on other aspects of the phone, just like the Pocophone F1.
Besides that, there’s not much information about the phone. Except that this phone will be Samsung’s first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Yes, we all thought the Galaxy S10 would be that phone, but it seems Samsung had other plans. Well, there is a lot of competition and it’s a jungle out there! So, well, this could be a good move.
With very less information, most of the other things are based on speculation. Since the A9 and A8s feature 6 GB RAM to 8 GB RAM, the A10 will probably have the same too. And since the triple camera setup is taking the smartphone world by storm, we might see it on the A10. This phone might launch by the end of January 2019.
While it is to be a mid-range phone with high-end specs…knowing Samsung, their mid-rage phones’ price can be steep. But let’s hope for the best.