Samsung Galaxy M10s user manual reveals teardrop notch, dual camera, USB-C port

By: Ajaay Srinivasan, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi Last updated : September 10, 2019 1:31 pm

Samsung Galaxy M10s will feature a teardrop notch at the top of the Infinity-V display and there will also be a USB-C port for charging.

Samsung is launching the Galaxy M30s in India on September 18 but the company is also getting close to introducing a much affordable M-series smartphone in the country. This affordable device will be none other than the Galaxy M10s, the successor to the Galaxy M10 which was launched at the start of the year for a price of Rs 7,990. 


The Galaxy M10s is nearing its launch date as the device has now been spotted on Samsung India’s website in the form of a user manual. As has been shown in the device pictures, the Galaxy M10s will feature a teardrop notch at the top of the display which could essentially be called the Infinity-V display. 



Samsung Galaxy M10s user manual


The front side will feature a selfie camera inside the notch and a proximity sensor on the left top portion of the display. The user manual also reveals that the M10s will feature a USB-C port at the bottom, replacing the micro-USB port that was present on the original Galaxy M10. This will be a significant upgrade for affordable phones which still relied on an older-generation USB port for charging and data transfers. 


Samsung Galaxy M10s user manual


The Galaxy M10s will also feature a dual-camera setup at the back like the Galaxy M10. The device will feature a microphone at the top and bottom as well as a headphone jack and a speaker unit down at the bottom. There’s a regular fingerprint scanner on the backside. the audio system will come with support for Dolby Atmos technology. 


Previously, the Galaxy M10s was spotted on Geekbench with an Exynos 7885 1.35GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB storage and will run on Android 9 Pie with Android 10 upgradeability. 


Samsung’s Galaxy M10s is expected to be launched later this year, likely sometime in October. 

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