The Samsung Galaxy A10e has gone through some important certifications that means it will be released soon. Today Geekbench introduced the device and revealed some of its basic specifications.
According to Geekbench, Samsung Galaxy A10e will have model number SM-A102U suggesting that it may have the same processor as the Galaxy A10, Exynos 7884 clocked at 1.35GHz. The smartphone also has 2 GB of RAM, and in the tests it received 1163 scores in the single-core test and 3581 in the mutli-core test.
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy A10e will run Android 9 Pie, but for the time being we do not know any other details about the device, except that it will probably be a lighter and economical version of the A10.
As long as we look forward to more information about the Samsung Galaxy A10e, other reports show that Samsung is preparing another version of the Galaxy A10, which may be called the Galaxy A10s.
The Samsung Galaxy A10s bears the model number SM-A107 and unlike the A10e, this device is said to be upgraded to the standard version.
Samsung Galaxy A10s will be equipped with the MediaTek Helio P22, it will have 2GB of RAM and will run One UI based on Android 9 Pie.
Last but not least, the Samsung Galaxy A10s will be announced on June 11, so it can not be ruled out that the company will officially release the Samsung Galaxy A10e on the same day.