Samsung Galaxy C10 has been doing rounds in the tech sphere as it is being touted as the first smartphone from Samsung to feature a dual-camera setup. After the model number of the upcoming device along with some key specifications leaking online, we know have a new concept image, which visualises the Galaxy C10.
The concept image shows lots of interesting features that we might see in the upcoming Galaxy C10 smartphone, though it worth noting that this is not an official render or teaser image, so you might want to take this with a pinch of salt. To start with, the device sports a vertically aligned dual-camera setup at the back panel, which is in line with previous rumours depicting similar camera positioning. The front sports a bezel-less display with minimum top and bottom bezels, which we have seen in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
There is no fingerprint sensor, which could mean that we might see it placed underneath the glass body. There is also a home button, similar to Samsung Galaxy S8, which might give a tactical feedback. On the left, you will find volume controls and Bixby button, while on the right, thereis a single button which might for turning the phone on/off. However, there is no way to confirm it, so we suggest you hold to wait for some official confirmation. Further, a recent leak reveals that the device will bear a model number SM-C9150.
Coming to specifications, the smartphone is touted to come loaded Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, which is reported to be launched on May 9. The chipset is reported to feature an eight-core architecture, which might come with a combination of two Kyro cores with quad cores of Cortex Aa73 CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz and the quad cores of Cortex A53 processor running at 1.9 GHz. There are many smartphones that are rumoured to employ the Snapdragon 660 processor including Sony Xperia X Ultra, Vivo X9s, Xiaomi Mi Max 2, Nokia 7/8, and Oppo R11.