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It seems that the launch of Galaxy M10, Samsung’s first M-series phone is near. The Samsung Galaxy M10 has passed the FCC certification. The phone has already received Wi-Fi and Bluetooth SIG Certifications as well, as reported by Cyberockk.

Now the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) listed the handset with model number SM-M105F and also reveals some of the specifications. Besides the Galaxy M10, the Galaxy M20, and Galaxy M30 are also rumored to be launched at some point in early 2019.

As per the FCC listing, the Samsung Galaxy M10 will be 155.7 mm x 75.8 mm in dimensions and will have a display size of 153.2 mm or 6.02 inches. However, the overall display size will be 165.5 mm, which corresponds to 6.5 inches.

The smartphone seems to be running on Android 8.1 Oreo and Li-ion Polymer battery with model number EB-BA750ABN. As far as the RAM and Storage are concerned, the Galaxy M10 may come with 3GB RAM and 16GB+32GB storage.

Let’s wait for more information as we are keeping an eye on leaks and speculations. We’ll be updating, so stay tuned.