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Samsung's cheapest Galaxy A 2019 smartphone gets pictured ahead of reveal

Samsung's cheapest Galaxy A 2019 smartphone gets pictured ahead of reveal
Samsung was pretty busy this month with a couple of major announcements, but the South Korean company took the time to introduce a few mid-tier phones as well. The new Galaxy A series (2019) includes just two phones, for the time being, the Galaxy A30 and A50, but a third might follow very soon.

Before Samsung revealed the Galaxy A30 and A50 early this week, reports claimed the giant will, in fact, launch three new mid-range phones. However, the Galaxy A10 was skipped from Samsung's initial announcement, although we're pretty sure that the phone is real.

A few pictures of the unannounced Galaxy A10 (2019) have just popped up at Slashleaks, so even if we didn't see the phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade fair this month at least we know what to expect.

Unlike the Galaxy A30 and A50, the budget-friendly Galaxy A10 packs a single lens camera and a loudspeaker on the back side, which is marked by a hole in the protective case. No fingerprint sensor is visible on the back, and we doubt it will include one under the display.

The small, waterdrop notch houses a small front-facing camera and that's about all we get from these renders. Other information that we have about the Galaxy A10 suggests the phone will be equipped with Samsung's Exynos 7884B processor, coupled with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory.

Also, the phone should pack a massive 4,000 mAh battery and a huge 6.2-inch HD+ display. We believe the Galaxy A10 will ship with Android 9 Pie right out of the box, but it will be much cheaper than its bigger brothers – Galaxy A30 and A50.

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