Tech giant Samsung has officially launched a new A-series smartphone. Today's reveal of the Galaxy A10s doesn't have almost as much fanfare as the Galaxy Note 10 enjoyed, but given the Note 10's status as a flagship, that isn't really surprisingly.
Have one look at the Galaxy Note 10, and it is clear that Samsung is trying something completely different this year.
In any case, just like the other devices in the Galaxy A line, the A10s is decidedly a mid-range phone. 168g, it also has a rear fingerprint sensor and face recognition. Samsung Galaxy A10s has a 6.2-inch Infinity V-display with 720 x 1520 resolution. Up front, there's an 8-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture.
On the premise of performance, the Samsung Galaxy A10s is armed with an octa-core processor with a max clock speed of 2.0GHz on four cores to handle heavy tasks and the remainder at a lower clock speed of 1.5GHz. While there's not a lot of information to feed on, the Galaxy M90 is also expected to feature a triple rear camera setup and run Android 9 Pie-based One UI. There is 32GB of storage which can be expanded via microSD. Samsung Electronics unveiled the latest of its pen-enabled smartphone in NY last Wednesday (local time), releasing the new device in two screen sizes - 6.3-inch Note 10 and 6.8-inch Note 10 Plus - for the first time ever.
Strangely enough, there's no talk of pricing, release dates, or launch regions in Samsung's infographic, which are arguably the most important details when it comes to mid-range devices like this.