It seems that Samsung is sticking to its plan of implementing new features to its mid-range A-series first and the most recent rumor is a testament for that even though it sounds like a long shot.
According to a Chinese leakster, Samsung is working on an upper-mid-range Galaxy A10 smartphone with an under-display fingerprint reader. The tweet doesn't reveal anything else although, this is not the first time we hear of a Galaxy A10 coming.
Galaxy A10,UDFS.— 萌萌的电教 (@MMDDJ_) December 21, 2018
The same account on Twitter reported that Samsung is working on a Galaxy A model powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC. The Galaxy A10 seems like the perfect fit for the FP reader and the flagship SoC given that the Galaxy A8s, for example, is rocking a Snapdragon 710.
We hope that more evidence will pile up soon because at this point we are just speculating and guessing.
Yes thats true and they did it very well. They take out all the garbage like IP68, superamoled, glass finnish, curved screen, iris scanner and many else. Everything which can cost a lot of money but half of the planet will never uses. And ma...
Not really. A10 won't have S9's curved screens, camera or its QHD+ display.
Galaxy S10 Lite will ship with a side-mounted FPS.