It appears that Samsung is sticking to its plan of implementing new features to its mid-range A-series.Samsung launched Galaxy A8s a week ago as one of the first devices in the market with an in-screen camera technology. While the smartphone receives a new technique to house the front camera, it missed out one key technology: in-show unique mark sensor. 

As indicated by a Chinese leakster, Samsung is taking a shot at an upper-mid-run Galaxy A10 smartphone with an (UD) under-display fingerprint reader. 
The tweet from the Chinese leakster does not uncover any extra information about Samsung’s upcoming smartphone. In any case, this isn’t the first time that we have caught wind of the Samsung Galaxy A10 being a higher end Samsung Galaxy A-series smartphone. The same leakster had first uncovered that Samsung has a top of the line Samsung Galaxy A smartphone powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset.

Samsung Galaxy A10 appears the ideal fit for the FP reader and the flagship SoC given that the Samsung Galaxy A8s, for instance, is shaking a Snapdragon 710.This is in-accordance with the new snippet of information and the Samsung Galaxy A10 would be perfect as a smartphone with both in-display fingerprint sensor and Qualcomm’s flagship processor.

We hope that more proof will heap up soon in light of the fact that now we are simply estimating and guessing.As Samsung mobile cheif DJ Koh had stated, early in the year, that the company will bring premium features down to its budget and mid-range smartphone segment.

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