Samsung has somehow understood the power of budget phones category where most of the market share has been snatched away by the Chinese rivals.
Samsung will not manufacture these ODM phones; instead, its Chinese contractor will make it for keeping the cost low, primarily to counter its Chinese rivals in markets such as China, India, Pakistan, etc. Samsung is likely to pass on the low-cost benefit to its users in the shape of the lower retail price.
Galaxy A10s has a similar screen size of 6.2 inches as the previous version, but the battery has been improved from 3400 mAh to 4000 mAh this time. There is an octa-core Mediatek Helio P22 chipset inside to power the phone that runs on Android 9.0.
Galaxy A10s comes with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, which is also similar to the previous version but there is another improvement in the camera department. This time, there is a dual rear camera of 13MP (primary lens) and 2MP (depth sensor), and on the front side, the selfie camera has also been elevated from 5MP to 8MP.
Interestingly, there is also a fingerprint sensor this time, which was absent in the A10, and this is why we are predicting Galaxy A10s to be a little pricier than its predecessor.
A10s will come in blue, green, red, and black color. There is no confirmation of its launch date in Pakistan, but we are hoping it hit shelves soon.
Analysts are predicting that Samsung would ship between 30 – 40 million ODM units to the growing markets seeking good market share.
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