After receiving another two in June (1, 2 ), the Galaxy A10s was awarded another certification, this time at the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), Thailand. Approved on the spot, Samsung can already sell the device in the Asian country.
The Korean smartphone’s future basic smartphone came up with the model number SM-A107F / DS. The presence of the “DS” in the code means that the device will support two SIM cards – different from the FCC and the Wi-Fi Alliance, where only SM-A107F appeared.
This new certification from the Thai body does not reveal more information and has its focus on showing only the homologated model – as you can see in the image capture above.
The trend is that the Galaxy A10s is an upgrade of the original variant of the series, the Galaxy A10. The handset was launched earlier this year as the most basic version of the new A 2019 line.
Still, with no confirmed details, some speculation is already looking at Samsung’s settings, such as camera enhancements and a 3,900 mAh battery, to take many hours away from the power outlet.
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A Geekbench list had also suggested the presence of a MediaTek Helio P22 chipset and 2 GB of RAM. To top it all off, there would be a fingerprint reader at the rear.