Samsung Galaxy M10: Certification confirms some specifications

Samsung is due to start the year 2019 with the introduction of a new line of smartphones. They will be the Galaxy M, South Korea’s new bet for the entry segment. Therefore, one of these models will be the Samsung Galaxy M10.

According to rumors, this new line will come to replace the lines of Galaxy J, On, and C. Moreover, it is held that this new device will be unveiled as early as January.

The truth is that in recent times we have learned more information about the equipment. Details regarding some of your specifications have come up in the usual fonts. Something that leads us to believe in the proximity of your presentation.

Samsung Galaxy M10 will come with a 6-inch screen

This time it’s time to look more closely at the new Samsung Galaxy M10. In fact, this new smartphone has already been certified by the regulatory authority FCC which always results in new details about the equipment.

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According to data revealed by the FCC, this Galaxy M10 will come with a large 6-inch screen. In addition, we know that its dimensions will be 155.7 x 75.8mm, which puts you in step with the Galaxy S9 + structure.

Possible aspect of the next Android smartphone of South Korean technology.

Still in the documents now revealed we see that the battery of this Samsung Galaxy M10 will be the EB-BA750ABN. That is, it is precisely the same battery present in the Galaxy A8s that has a 3400mAh cell.

It is also believed that this smartphone comes equipped with an Exynos 7870 processor. In addition, it should have 3GB of RAM and storage options of 16GB or 32GB.

Now that the smartphone has already been certified will certainly be a matter of time until it is properly presented. This may already happen at CES 2019, although nothing has yet been confirmed by the company.

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