Samsung Galaxy M10 shows Exynos 7870 on Geekbench

Samsung is finally cleaning its mess with their new M-series line up, and the new rumors give us a sneak peek of the device. The new leaks give us a bit information on the entry-level handset in the M-series. We are talking about the Galaxy M10, and Samsung calls it by SM-M105F under its codename. The handset is briefly spotted (and subsequently removed) on Geekbench.

The Samsung Galaxy M10 will run on home-grown Exynos 7870 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM. The handset will run on Android 8.1 with Samsung Experience UI on top of it.

Samsung Galaxy M10 shows Exynos 7870 on Geekbench

Well, Galaxy M-series will take over the Galaxy J-series phones and the Galaxy On-series phones in the market. Also, the J-series of smartphones will merge with the A-series.

The entire lineup consists of the Galaxy M10 (SM-M105), the Galaxy M20 (SM-M205) and the Galaxy M30 (SM-M305). We expect the Samsung Galaxy M10 to house 16GB/32GB memory configurations. The Galaxy M20 will get 32/64GB storage variants, and the Galaxy M30 will come along with 64GB/128GB storage. All three Galaxy M-series smartphones will come in Blue and Dark Gray colors.