In recent times, Samsung has flagged off Galaxy A20e which is more of a stripped down version of A20. Samsung, the South Korean company, is spotted to do the same with Galaxy A10 model. The new model is named as Galaxy A10e and has been noticed on the website of WiFi alliance sending us hints that it might be launched anytime.
To customers, the Samsung Galaxy A10 model is the most affordable smartphone in Galaxy A series, and preferably now looks most reasonable to purchase in the mix option. To recapitulate, a smartphone was launched in India a month ago namely vanilla Galaxy A10 whose price was set at nearly ₹8,490.
A soon to be launched Samsung Galaxy A series device with model number SM-A102U has also received a WiFi certification that is; it is the ticket of confirmation that very soon a new smartphone is likely to hit the predella as Galaxy A10e.
As per the record register, Samsung Galaxy A10e will support dual-band WiFi of 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and will run on android Pie. The entry was first noticed by DroidShout who also spotted Bluetooth SIG database list.
There is very fewer facts individuals are aware of Galaxy A10e; however if Samsung prefers to adopt the same technique that is used during its recent launch event of Galaxy A20e, then the new model will be priced lower than Galaxy A10 whose current price is ₹ 8,490.
It is believed that the hardware functionality will be inferior to that of Galaxy A10. The Galaxy A10 has the following specifications:
A 6.2-inch screen size with HD+ along with infinite V display panel.
Octa-core Exynos 7884 SoC powers it.
It has a 13 MP camera.
It has battery support of 3,400 mAh.
The South Korean giant is successful in launching around ten smartphones in the series this year. The company managed to pull the crowds, and the customers chose the Galaxy A-series in a large number. The phone that is launched is different than that of its original models and are also priced in different amount follow the various segments.
This strategy has worked for the company as it drove the customers and sold almost 2 million units within 40 days in India collecting a revenue of $500 million.