Samsung recently launched two smartphones related to the A-series at the Mobile World Congress 2019 : the Samsung Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50. Both the Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50 are set to go official on the 28th of February, and they will do so with the entry level Galaxy A10 in mind. Now, case renders of the Galaxy A10, that go on to reveal the phone’s front and rear design have made an appearance on Slash Leaks.
From the photos, a V-shaped notch is quite apparent at the top of the phone, with the notch housing the selfie camera of the phone. On the other hand, on the rear of the phone, there is the presence of a single camera. Interestingly enough, the photo which has been leaked doesn’t actually show the phone to have any visible finger sensor. And in the case that the phone doesn’t actually have a fingerprint sensor, it’s obvious that Samsung is looking to focus on the face identification security feature.
On the right of the phone, there is the presence of the volume adjustment button, while both the 3.5mm headphone jack and the USB connector are based on the bottom of the phone. The microphone port is right on the top of the phone, while the speakers are actually positioned at the bottom left on the back panel.
Samsung Galaxy A10 design leaked courtesy of case renders
Rumors have indicated that the phone will feature with 3 gigs of RAM, while a relatively small amount of internal storage of 32GB accompanying this RAM. The phone might come with a 6.2-inch LCD Infinity-V screen with the factor of HD+ resolution too involved. On the photography front, the phone may feature with a 5MP selfie camera, along with a 13MP camera on the rear.