Samsung's First Snapdragon 710-Powered Smartphone to Appear in January

According to one industry source, Samsung is getting ready to roll out a device with Snapdragon 710. It will be Samsung’s First Snapdragon 710-Powered Smartphone, which will be launched in January. Recently, the company has also fitted the quadruple-camera Galaxy A9 with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660.

Samsung’s First Snapdragon 710-Powered Smartphone will Launch in January

This upcoming device will be powered by Qualcomm’s upper-midrange Snapdragon 710. So you can expect price below flagships of Samsung. Samsung could potentially market the device as the Galaxy A10.

Currently, it is not clear that how this upcoming device will look like but we can expect this device with a glass and aluminum build alongside an Infinity Display. The report says that the device will probably have high-quality cameras. However, there are no details about the storage, RAM, and battery details are yet.
You can expect this smartphone to be available in starting early January, that means the device might be launch in late December. It seems that Samsung will launch the device with an updated Galaxy A8.
According to a new report, Samsung is also testing out a new thing called Behind-Display Selfie Cameras in their flagship designs. This new technology is in developmental phases, so we can’t expect the implementation in commercial products in near future.

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