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Samsung Galaxy A10 Renders Emerge – Yet Another Midranger

Renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy A10 have just emerge online. Following the vague launched of the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50 earlier this week, leaks are suggesting the inclusion of yet another device from Samsung dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy A10.

The alleged leaks come from one of the trusty leaksters over at Slashleaks. The renders suggest to being originated from an unknown case manufacturer. Renders surfaced suggest to pack the same or virtually similar hardware borrowed from the likes of the Galaxy A30 and A50. However, being the entry-level option of the three, the device would most likely cut off a few more corks to make up for the cost.

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While specifics weren’t given, we could easily take the Samsung Galaxy A30 as the closest reference to the upcoming A10. For the sake of looking back at the Galaxy A30, the Samsung Galaxy A30 comes with the newly-introduced Exynos 7904 SoC, 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB of internal storage and more. Furthermore, both, the Samsung Galaxy A30 and A50 comes with a large 4000mAh battery under the hood.

Given the specs of the Galaxy A30 and where it stands in the lineup, we would speculate the inclusion of a similar spec sheet, minus the extra cameras the A30 and A50 come with. Furthermore, the spec sheet as well as renders suggest the inclusion of a single camera at the back of the device. And given that the battery is the biggest factor in promoting the Galaxy A30 and A50, there’s a good chance we may see the same battery in the Galaxy A10 as well.

With the Galaxy A30 and A50 receiving vague pricing and availability details, there’s a good chance that we may see the Galaxy A10 retail for around $299 now that the Galaxy M series made their debut over the past month or two. Whether Samsung plans to bump down the SoC from the 7904 to another Exynos SoC in their lineup is yet to be seen.

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