Samsung Galaxy A10e Makes its Way Through the FCC

A variant of the Samsung Galaxy A10, dubbed Galaxy A10e was certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and Wi-Fi Alliance last month. The smartphone has now been spotted at the FCC, hinting at an imminent launch. Going by its name, the smartphone will likely be the most affordable member of Samsung’s 2019 Galaxy A-series family when it goes on sale.

Samsung Galaxy A10e Specifications Still Remain a Mystery

The Galaxy A10e SM-102U FCC filings do not reveal any details regarding the key specifications of the smartphone, except for the battery. According to the FCC filings, the smartphone will have a battery with model number EB-BA202ABU. Previous leaks have revealed that this battery pack has a 3000mAh capacity. As mentioned above, the Galaxy A10e is expected to be a toned-down variant of the Galaxy A10. We can expect it to be a slight downgrade when compared to the Galaxy A10 in some areas.

Under the hood, Samsung Galaxy A10e may be powered by a MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor. An upcoming Samsung A-series smartphone bearing model number SM-A107F had recently been caught on Geekbench running on a Helio P22 chipset, clubbed with 2GB RAM. While we cannot be completely sure, it is possible that the SM-A107F is a variant of the Galaxy A10e. In addition to being less powerful than the standard Galaxy A10, the Galaxy A10e is rumored to have a smaller display as well.

The standard Galaxy A10 has a 6.2-inch Infinity-V IPS LCD display with 720 x 1520 HD+ resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. It is running on Samsung’s own Exynos 7884 octa-core mobile processor clocked at 1.6 GHz with a Mali-G71 MP2 GPU. In the memory department, Galaxy A10 is available in just a single configuration with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Some of the other key features of the standard Galaxy A10 include a dedicated microSD card slot, 13MP rear camera with an f/1.9 aperture, 5MP selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture, and a 3400mAh non-removable battery.