At MWC 2019, Samsung took the wraps off a couple of new mid-range handsets in the form of the Samsung Galaxy A30 and the Galaxy A50. These devices were kind of expected as the entire lineup was leaked ahead of their official unveiling. However one device that missed the announcement is the Galaxy A10, which from what we could tell, was the lowest-end of the bunch.


That being said, could Samsung be planning on announcing it at a later date? From what we can tell, that seems to be the case and thanks to a post on Slashleaks by ED33, an alleged render of the handset has surfaced. This render is apparently made by a case maker who used the phone’s design to create a case for it.

We can’t speak to the authenticity of the leak so take it with a grain of salt for now. However if the renders are true, it seems that it could be quite a value-for-money purchase. This is because the phone is sporting an edge-to-edge display, a trait usually found on higher-end handsets. It also sports a tiny notch at the top, and a single camera on the back.

There does not appear to be a visible fingerprint sensor, so presumably it will be built into the side of the phone similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10e, since we doubt that Samsung would be including an in-display sensor for a low-end handset. We’re not sure why the Galaxy A10 skipped the announcement at MWC, so we’ll just have to wait for an official announcement if and when it happens.

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