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Samsung Galaxy C10 renders divulges vertical dual-camera setup and more

The rear panel of the device sports a vertical dual-camera setup along with dual LED flash.

Samsung Galaxy C10 has doing rounds on the internet for a while now, with rumours suggesting that it will be the first smartphone from Samsung’s camp to feature a dual-camera setup. Now, alleged press renders of the Galaxy C10 has been leaked online, which gives us a glimpse about the upcoming smartphone.
To start with, the rear panel of the device sports a vertical dual-camera setup along with dual LED flash, if we go by the latest renders. The antenna lines run at the top and bottom, which looks eerily similar to Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro. At the front, one could see minimum side bezels coupled with an earpiece at the top and at the bottom, there is a home button, which could also act as a fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy C10
Interestingly, the renders also suggest that the Galaxy C10 will be the third smartphone to support company’s in-house virtual assistant, Bixby. At the right, one will find volume controls and along with a dedicated Bixby button, which further strengthens the rumours. At the left, there is power on/off button as well.
The top is bare, while at the bottom there is a USB Type-C port along with speaker grille and 3.5mm headphone jack. The device is expected to boast a 5.5-inch display and would measure 152.5 x 74.8 x 7.68mm. However, there is not much information available on the hardware expect from the fact that it will be powered by the recently-announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor.
Further, as per previous reports, we might also see the elder sibling of the Galaxy C10 as well, which would be known as Galaxy C10 Plus, in 2017. If we go by the previous record, then one can accept the smartphone to be launched for Chinese and Indian market only.
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