The Samsung Galaxy A10s will be rebranded and launched as Galaxy M01s in India, and the local official website has already put up the support page of the phone. The phone with a model number SM-M017F/DS will come with 3 GB RAM, but it is in brackets, meaning it is probably not the only one version, and there’ll be another with 2 GB, as previous rumors suggested.
Samsung Galaxy A10s
Other specs are likely to remain the same – Helio P22 chipset by Mediatek, an HD+ display and the latest Android 10. If the Korean company is indeed relaunching the Galaxy A10s and not just copying the internals, we’re looking at a 6.2” TFT display with an 8 MP selfie camera, 13 MP + 2 MP main shooters on the back and a relatively big 4,000 mAh battery.
Currently, the Samsung Galaxy M01 is selling for INR8,999 ($120/€107) with similar specs, and we expect the new Galaxy M01s to stay under the INR10,000 ($133/€112) threshold.