Ever since the introduction of the Galaxy A series of devices, Samsung has always been revisiting them from time to time. They did the same thing this year and from that, we got the Galaxy A10.
Going by what we are currently getting from GeekBench, the company could already be planning the rollout of a Galaxy A10e on us. If they are taking a page out of the Galaxy S10e book, this one would be a less expensive version of an already affordable smartphone.
The specs we have from GeekBench shows that this unit will be supporting Android 9.0 Pie out of the box, in addition to its running on the Exynos 7885 processor. The amazing thing is that, this supposed-to-be cheaper unit is not much less powerful than the Galaxy A10 itself.
Some of the similarities are in the display area and 2GB of RAM. Although there is no word on the internal storage space, we doubt it would be anything of concern.
It is confirmed that the device will have LTE capabilities while running on the low energy version of the Bluetooth 5, all of which stands impressive for a cheaper unit. There is no way to know what kind of battery will be under the hood or the screen material, but we suppose all that should be known in due time since the unit has shown up on GeekBench in the first place.