Samsung Galaxy C10 With Dual Camera Setup Spotted

The Samsung Galaxy C10 is expected to be Samsung’s first smartphone with dual camera setup. Early this month, an alleged press render gave us the first look at the successor of the Galaxy C9 Pro. Now, a complete 360-degree render of the Galaxy C10 has just emerged on the internet. This not only reconfirms the presence of the dual lens camera but also gives us an idea about the design language of the upcoming smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy C10 Expected Specifications

Unfortunately, there is still no information about the specifications of the Galaxy C10. However, taking a cue from its predecessor, the Galaxy C9 Pro, we presume that the upcoming smartphone will be a premium midranger. Design-wise, the C10 looks a lot similar to its present generation. It sports a premium metal unibody with distinctive three-lined antenna strips.

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A 6-inch Super AMOLED display is expected to sit at the front of the Galaxy C10. Inside, the Snapdragon 660 SoC may power up the device. This should be combined with 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB or storage. The phone will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

Coming to the dual camera, presently we know nothing about it. Samsung may use the dual lens for additional zooming, low light imagery or wide angle shooting. The Galaxy C10 shall sport a front mounted fingerprint scanner.

Connectivity-wise, Samsung’s upcoming smartphone should feature 4G LTE and VoLTE along with other usual options. Speaking of the pricing, the Galaxy C10 would not be a cheap one. It is expected to cost around Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000 in India.

The intensifying rumors suggest that the phone would launch pretty soon. If everything goes as expected, the Samsung Galaxy C10 would beat the Galaxy Note 8 to be the first dual camera smartphone from the South Korean company.

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