Samsung is preparing an “S” line for some models in its catalog. In January of this year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy M10 smartphone of the new M Series family. Now in the Geekbench benchmark, an improved version of this device is seen, which can debut on the market under the name Galaxy M10s.
The new mobile that has appeared in the database of the popular test platform has been the ‘Samsung SM-107F’ which is powered with a Samsung Exynos 7885 processor, present in devices like the Galaxy A8, Galaxy A8 Plus and Galaxy A7 2018.
This eight-core chip has a base clock of 1.35 GHz, and in the case of the M10s, must be accompanied by 3GB of RAM and be able to deliver power to the Android 9.0 Pie which will be the operating system. With this set, the smartphone received 1222 points from the single-core test and 3202 points from the multi-core test.
The Samsung Galaxy M10s seeps into a benchmark and, like all Samsung smartphones, these are the ones that are most used to filter and rumored, so it will surely be a matter of days until the first feature leaks on the Samsung Galaxy arise M10s and, why not, also of other “S” models of the other Galaxy M.
Consider that the Galaxy M10 launched at the beginning of the year has a 6.22-inch diagonal TFT screen with an HD resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels, the so-called Exynos 7880 as SoC, a 2/3GB RAM, a space of 16/32GB storage and a 3430mAh battery. From all these qualities, we can imagine that the Galaxy M10s will have better features and specifications, although they would not distance much from them.
It is still too early to speculate with an announcement date for the Samsung Galaxy M10s, but since the IFA 2019 is just around the corner, it would not be surprising that Samsung wants to present new midranges and entry-level phones close to that event.
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