When the Samsung User Manual for the Galaxy M10s appeared on the company’s Indian website, consumers were left speculating about the date of release, some of its features, and the price, among other details.
By publishing the user manual, which was done just before the launch of the Galaxy A50s in India, Samsung India gave buyers a sneak peek of what the new gadget had to offer. Today, Samsung Galaxy M10s is available in your favourite mobile phone stores. But if you haven’t gotten yours yet, you could be wondering whether you are missing anything at all.
Samsung Galaxy M10s – An Upgrade to the M10
Basically, Samsung’s Galaxy M10s is an improved version of its M10 model. The main upgrade relates to its performance, with the M10s having improved processing time thanks to the advanced Exynos 7-Octa 7884B chip. This is a 64-bit octa-core mobile processor specially built to deliver high performance for both always-on and intensive phone tasks. In contrast, the Exynos 7870 chip used in the Galaxy M10 was focused on efficiency. The M10s has expandable internal storage of 32GB and 3GB RAM. It comes with Android Pie installed, but users can easily upgrade to Android 10. Another upgrade from the M10, which uses a micro-USB port, is the USB Type-C port.
Additional Upgrades and Battery Life
Samsung’s Galaxy M10s has two rear cameras of 15 and 5 Mega Pixels (MP) working together to capture rich, detailed images. The front lens is 8MP and will ensure you capture equally excellent selfies. The M10s has a 3.3mm headphone jack and fingerprint sensors mounted on its rear side. With the more powerful processor and added functionalities, users might expect a higher capacity battery. Fortunately, Samsung didn’t disappoint and the Galaxy M10s comes with a Li-ion fast-charging battery of 4,000mAh that matches its improved processing power. Just like most mobiles in Samsung’s Galaxy M series, the M10s is here to offer excellent performance at an affordable price.