Samsung officially presented the Galaxy A10s model, which is a slightly improved version of the budget Galaxy A10.
The new model also belongs to the segment of the cheapest phones, but its specification (with a few exceptions) is decent as for the market segment to which it is addressed.
Samsung Galaxy A10shas a 6.2-inch TFT display with HD+ resolution and 19: 9 aspect ratio, equipped with a droplet notch - that is, Infinity-V. In the mentioned notch there is an 8-megapixel selfie camera with f 2.0 aperture. Inside the casing, however, works a quad-core system clocked at 1.5 + 2 GHz, supported by (unfortunately, only) 2 GB of RAM. However, the internal memory looks a bit better because it has a capacity of 32 GB and the possibility of expansion with a microSD card by up to 512 GB. The battery with 4000 mAh capacity looks even better against this background.
The main camera has 13 megapixels and an aperture of f/1.8, and is assisted by an auxiliary, 2 megapixel, with an aperture of f/2.4. This is a slightly more interesting set than we can find in Galaxy A10... In the new A10s there is also a fingerprint reader, which was missing in A10, it is also worth mentioning the possibility of supporting two SIM cards without having to give up microSD - there are three separate slots. All this goes under the control of Android Pie with One UI interface, to a housing with dimensions 156.9x75.8x7.8 mm, which can be black, blue, green or red. The whole weighs 168 g. The price hasn’t been specified yet, but it should not be high, looking at the specification and designation of the phone.