Released in March 2019, Samsung Galaxy A10 from Samsung rejuvenated Samsung’s mid-range smartphone line-up, the A-series, coming with a strikingly affordable price tag, this article will review and touch on the Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria.
This Samsung new phone offers a fair number of premium features and upgrades especially when comes to display, camera, battery, and performance. As we uncover the details of the new Samsung Galaxy A10 you’ll most probably find that this device is one of the best affordable smartphones from Samsung.
Here is some key information about the Galaxy A10 you couldn’t wait to find out. When you’re done, stick around for some scrolls more to get a more profound knowledge about this device. Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Price in Nigeria, Features and Spec List
- Launch: March 2019
- SIM: Single-Nano-SIM/Dual-Nano-SIM
- Network: 2G GSM/ 3G WCDMA/ 4G LTE FDD/ 4G LTE TDD
- Display: 6.2-inch
- OS: Android 9 (Pie), One UI
- Security: Face recognition technology
- Processor: 1.6 GHz, 1.35 GHz Octa-Core
- Storage: 32GB
- RAM: 2GB
- Camera: Front (5MP) rear (13MP)
- Battery: 3400mAh
- Price: NGN 39,000.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Display
Samsung Galaxy A10 features a brilliant and larger 6.2-inch HD+ 720 x 1520 resolution Infinity Display with a V-cut. This means that with this new device, you get just a notch on your screen (thanks to its V-cut nature) and the rest of that huge 6.2-inch display to enjoy your favourite videos, games, and so on. Asides that, the display featured on this device is an Infinity Display, which means you get a virtually bezel-less screen to fully immerse yourself in the view.
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Samsung Galaxy A10 Camera
Samsung upgraded the rear camera setup in the A-series line-up to a 13MP with the new Galaxy A10. Sporting a 13MP camera with an F1.9 aperture, this device will load up your picture gallery with not just any picture but very vivid, bright, and clear shots of those memorable moments of yours. On the other hand, like the Galaxy A10e, the new Galaxy A10 also features a 5MP front camera with an aperture of F2.0 to take gorgeous selfies as always.
This time, however, the new Galaxy A10 brings you more to make your shots even more fun. This device features AR stickers, stamps, and filters to further decorate your stunning photos.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Battery
To allow you enjoy your device for much longer, the new Galaxy A10 is powered by an impressive and larger 3400mAh battery. On internet usage, this device runs nonstop for up to 15 hours on 3G and up to 19 hours on both LTE and Wi-Fi. This device also keeps powering for up to 21 hours nonstop on 3G WCDMA talk time. As for your entertainment, this device powers up to 18 hours nonstop on video playback and up to 72 hours on audio playback nonstop. Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Performance
The performance of the Galaxy A10 will make you look twice at its price tag. This device is run by the latest Android 9 Pie based on Samsung’s advanced One UI which ensures that your smartphone features and contents are at your very fingertips and offers Night mode for better eye health in low lights or at nights. To make things even better, this device brings back the 1.6 GHz, 1.35 GHz Octa-Core processors.
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Samsung Galaxy A10 Design
This Samsung new phone is wonderfully crafted in beautiful colours like black, blue, or red to choose from. Galaxy A10 rocks a smooth and sleek glossy plastic finish, hence, is very gentle and feels good in the hand. This device has a 7.9mm thin body, is 155.6mm tall, 75.6mm wide, and weighs 168g.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Security
Featuring a 5MP V-cut front-camera, Samsung Galaxy A10 allows you to unlock and access your smartphone data securely by simply holding your device to your face which scans your face with a Face recognition technology giving you reliable personalized protection. (Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria).
Samsung Galaxy A10 Memory
This new Samsung phone features an on-board memory of 32GB and a RAM of 2GB to let store more and worry less about lags. This device is also compatible with microSD card and supports an optional external memory of up to 512GB. Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria.
Samsung Galaxy A10 Network & Connectivity
Samsung Galaxy A10 comes in two variants; one that supports single-Nano-SIM connectivity and another that supports Dual-Nano-SIM connectivity. In either variant, you can expect to enjoy anything within 2G GSM, 3G WCDMA, 4G LTE FDD, and 4G LTE TDD for network connections. This device allows for direct Wi-Fi connectivity rated 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz. You also get the latest version of Bluetooth connectivity available, Bluetooth v5.0, with the new Galaxy A10. Featured on this device as far as location technologies go are GPS, Glonass, Beidou, and Galileo.
Still on connectivity, this device comes with Samsung’s PC version of Smart Switch for PC synchronization, USB version 2.0 with Micro USB interface, and a 3.5 mm Stereo ear jack.
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Samsung Galaxy A10 Sensors
Coming to Samsung’s new phone sensors, you are looking at an Accelerometer, a Proximity Sensor, and a Virtual Light Sensing.
Samsung A10 Price in Nigeria
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Welcome to the bottom of this article. We hope you now have profound knowledge about the new Samsung Galaxy A10 and can confidently purchase or recommend it when most fitting. We also included its price. Personally, however, do you think that this smartphone from Samsung is a fair or better still one of the best option for those looking to get an affordable mid-range phone?
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