Samsung's first Snapdragon 710 phone to Come with Three Rear Cameras

Yesterday, We have informed you Samsung will release its first Snapdragon 710-powered smartphone in January. Today, we came to know about a bunch of other details of Samsung’s first Snapdragon 710 phone, which are confirmed by one industry insider.
This upcoming device will be powered by Qualcomm’s upper-midrange Snapdragon 710. So you can expect the price below flagships of Samsung. Samsung could potentially market the device as the Galaxy A10.

Samsung’s first Snapdragon 710 phone Will have Taller Aspect Ratio

However, the commercial name of this upcoming device is not clear yet but the model number has now been revealed as SM-G8870. This particular device will have a tall Infinity Display. Unlike the current AMOLED panels this new device will make use of an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and is set to be stretched to the newer 19.5:9 ratio which will also use in next year’s Galaxy S10.
Samsung’s first Snapdragon 710 upcoming phone, in light of its recent focus on cameras, will have a triple-sensor layout on the rear as we have also seen on the Galaxy A7 (2018).
Currently, there is no information about the storage or RAM of the device. However, it is to be expected that the powerhouse of the device will be fueled by a relatively small 3,000mAh battery. The device will be paired with Android 9 Pie straight out of the box.

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