Samsung Galaxy M10 with model number SM-M105F has shown up in Geekbench today and the listing confirms the presence of a 2GB RAM variant.
Galaxy M10, one among the ‘M’ series trio consisting of M20 and M30, has appeared in Geekbench today. Galaxy M10 had already appeared on Geekbench back in November 2018, but the listing had 3GB RAM whereas today’s listing confirms that M10 would also have a 2GB RAM variant.
The geekbench scores of the old and new listing are pretty much the same. The new listing has scores of 721 and 3644 for single and multi-core scores respectively whereas the old listing had 724 and 3637 as its scores. Both listings confirm that the processor is Exynos 7870 SoC and will clock at a speed of 1.59 GHz.
Samsung Galaxy M10 Specs
The FCC listing of Galaxy M10 with the same model number confirmed the dimensions and the battery specs for this model number and we reported that the screen size of Galaxy M10 would be 6.5 inches and the display would be 6.02 inches. The battery capacity, however, is pretty impressive with 3400 mAh capacity and the phone would support only Bluetooth 4.2 version, understandably.
We already know that Galaxy M10 will have 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP selfie camera. The phone will come in Blue and Dark Grey color variants. The phone could launch in limited regions that includes Middle East and Asian countries. The internal storage capacity of Samsung Galaxy M10 is 16 GB and 32 GB and RAM variants are 2 GB and 3 GB.
Samsung India website has an official support page already available since the 3rd of January for the Galaxy M10 phone.
Galaxy M20 and Galaxy M30
Samsung Galaxy M20 and M30 have also appeared on Geekbench already but with much better scores, thanks to their improved specs. Galaxy M10 is the low budget phone in the M series targeted towards sub $120 budget. Galaxy M20 is all set to be launched on January 28 in India, in partnership with Amazon as displayed on Amazon website, however we are still not sure about the release date of Galaxy M10 and M30.