Samsung had unveiled its 2019 Galaxy A-series lineup in February this year. The company’s latest A-series lineup now includes a total of nine models, ranging from entry-level till premium mid-range. An upcoming Galaxy A-series smartphone named Galaxy A10e has now been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG.
The Samsung Galaxy A10e, unlike the Galaxy A20e, may actually be more powerful than the standard Galaxy A10. According to the smartphone’s Wi-Fi certification, the A10e (SM-A102U) will support dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. In comparison, the standard Galaxy A10 only supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. This suggests the Galaxy A10e may run on a newer as well as more powerful mobile chipset than the Galaxy A10.
Another major difference between the Galaxy A10 and A10e could be display size. Like other Galaxy smartphones with an “e” at the end of their name, the A10e is likely to have a smaller display than the standard Galaxy A10. In other areas, the Galaxy A10e may be more or less identical to the Galaxy A10.
The Galaxy A10 sports a 6.2-inch Infinity-V display with HD+ resolution and is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7884 octa-core processor. It includes 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable onboard storage. The smartphone has a 13MP rear camera with an f/1.9 aperture and a 5MP selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture. In terms of battery life, the Galaxy A10 isn’t quite as impressive as other Galaxy A-series phones, thanks to a smaller 3400mAh battery.