Samsung Galaxy A10e spotted on the FCC website; launch seems imminent

“The Samsung Galaxy A10e is expected to be a more affordable variant of the Samsung Galaxy A10 along the lines of Galaxy A20e”

Samsung is going full steam ahead with its newest Galaxy A series of smartphones. The company has launched Galaxy A10, Galaxy A20, Galaxy A30 (first impression), Galaxy A50 (first impression), and Galaxy A70 (review) in India and unveiled the Galaxy A20eGalaxy A40, Galaxy A40s, Galaxy A60, and Galaxy A80 (first impressions) globally. Another Galaxy A series device called Galaxy A10e is in the making, which was recently spotted on the websites of Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance. Now the same smartphone has been spotted on the website of FCC with model number SM-A102U by MySmartPrice.

Galaxy A10e FCC

Unfortunately, the FCC listing of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A10e smartphone doesn’t reveal any information about its hardware. However, it does hint that the smartphone is nearing launch. In the past, the Bluetooth SIG certification revealed that the handset will feature the latest Bluetooth 5.0 standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance, on the other hand, confirmed the Android 9 Pie and the presence of dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Unfortunately, as of writing this piece, the details of the Galaxy A10e is pretty scarce. 


What we do know is that the chaebol launched the Galaxy A20e as a stripped down version of Galaxy A20. This should be the case with Galaxy A10e as well — a more affordable alternative to Galaxy A10. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy A10 features a 6.2-inch Infinity V display with HD+ resolution and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Powering the performance is the Exynos 7884 octa-core chipset backed by 2GB of RAM and 32GB expandable storage. A 13-megapixel camera at the back and 5-megapixel selfie shooter hold the fort in the camera department. Lastly, the phone boots One UI based on the Android 9 Pie and runs on a 3,400mAh battery. 

We will know more in the coming days when the Samsung Galaxy A10e goes official, so stay tuned.