Samsung Galaxy C10 – Earlier Samsung Galaxy Note 8 tipped to be the first Samsung phone to feature a dual-camera setup. Now, new leaks suggest that company’s C10 smartphone might advance to take the honor. Samsung Galaxy C10 freshly leaked images not only suggests that the phone will feature a dual-camera setup, but that will be the first smartphone from South Korean company to have this camera phone.
Samsung Galaxy C10
As pointed out in Android headlines report, Samsung Galaxy C10 leaked image shows the smartphone will be made available in Rose colour variant posted on Weibo suggest that. The Antenna lines and metal body are clearly visible and seem to be no additional information provided with the leaked image.
Specifications of Samsung Galaxy C10:
On the smartphone, the power button appears to located on the right side. C10 has a dual-LED flash, present in between the dual rear cameras at the back of the smartphone. For more details, we have to wait for the official announcement from the company regarding the phone as there have been no earlier leaks.
The device powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 mobile platform. With 260 CPU clocked at 2.2Ghz64-bit octa-core, Kyro Snapdragon 660 came and had 30 percent improved Adreno 512 GPU. Expected that the smartphone has a 6GB RAM and cloud feature a 6-inch display. Galaxy C10 boast a model number SM-C9100 according to the earlier reports.
In C10, the Snapdragon 660 chipset supports up to two 16-megapixel dual cameras with 4K video recording and playback at 30fps. Another variant Galaxy C10 Plus, the Galaxy C10 could be accompanied.
We can see three Antenna lines passing through till the sides, above the camera lens. There will be power button seeing how there is no presence of a fingerprint sensor on the back. Possibly Galaxy C10 continue with the physical Home button. Following the trend in the Galaxy C series lineup, this would also double as a fingerprint sensor.
Expected price of Samsung Galaxy C10 is Rs 31,990.
Expected that Samsung Galaxy C10 launch on 30 June 2017.
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