Samsung Galaxy A10 is about to receive a newer, better sibling

Joanna Estrada
August 13, 2019

With the official announcement of the Galaxy A10s yesterday its evident that Samsungs strategy for the A-series going forward will bring “S” upgrades to its popular devices about six months after their release.

The rest of the A10s's specs are virtually identical to the A10 - there's a 6.2-inch display, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, and an 8MP front camera (up from 5MP on the A10). Both of which are essentially meaningless numbers, as we've explained numerous times in the past. The DxOMark score is created to provide consumers with neutral and reliable test data about smartphone camera performance. Which is not to say we recommend you ignore these kinds of reviews completely.

In the main camera review by DxOMark, the smartphone scored 113 overall where it scored 118 in the photo test that is just a point behind the Huawei P30 Pro (Review) and 101 in the video.

As Samsung notes, DxOMark is a trusted industry authority for camera, lens and smartphone image quality measurements and ratings, and it conducts its selfie and rear-facing camera tests using a rigorous scientific protocol and industry-grade lab tools. An excellent performance across the board means that whether you're shooting photos or videos, you can be confident of getting outstanding results from Samsung's latest flagship device. Although it has similar hardware as the Galaxy S10 5G (DxoMark Mobile: 112), they added that some fine-tuning of processing algorithms have improved on the image quality.

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