Samsung Galaxy A10e: switch to FCC, render case suggests design similar to A10
By Linky Cheng 2019-05-24 1852 0
Samsung is preparing to upgrade its low-end with the upcoming Galaxy A10e, a cheaper variant of the Galaxy A10 already certified at the WiFi Alliance just last month.
In the last hours new details have emerged about the smartphone, thanks to some renderings published on / Leaks (whose reliability is always to be demonstrated) showing the alleged covers dedicated to Galaxy A10e. These also allow us to take a look at the possible design of the device, which however does not seem to differ much from that of the current model.
The holes in the covers, in fact, suggest an arrangement of the side buttons, the USB connector and the 3.5mm jack practically identical to those on the Galaxy A10. Even the rear camera - which we should remember is a single unit flanked by an LED flash - does not seem to be placed in a position unlike that offered on the A10.
The front view highlights the drip notch, however it is likely that the device in this case is just the original A10, since the background coincides with that present in the advertising material of the smartphone. At this point it is increasingly difficult to understand what will be the elements that will make it possible to distinguish A10e from the standard variant; what sacrifices will it offer, against an even lower list price? We'll find out soon.
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