The Samsung Galaxy C10 is a mid-range phone that the Korean tech giants are scheduled to be released sometime in Q4 of 2017. However, many leaks and rumours have surfaced online to suggest the specs of the Galaxy C10.
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One of the rumours that appeared online was a leaked image of the smartphone. The leak image suggests that it will be one of the models that will have a pair of cameras at its rear. This seems possible as the dual-camera setup has made its debut in the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone which was unveiled in August 2017. Samsung has received positive reviews for the dual-camera setup on the Note 8 so it is logical that the setup will be featured on future models. Besides the Galaxy Note 8, the C10 is expected to be one of the first Samsung smartphones to sport this feature.
There is also a leak that pretty much confirms the design of the C10 as well as other specifications that the phone might have. Set to be a mid-range smartphone, sources say that the C10 will come with a huge 4000mAh battery that will supply enough power to handle users’ media consumption needs and multitasking easily. It will also continue to feature a 6-inch Super AMOLED display that provides 1080p resolution.
The C10 is also expected to sport a 14nm Snapdragon 660 processor that enables the smartphone to deliver flawless performance. The device might also be featuring 6GB RAM and might probably be available in two versions in terms of memory capacity – 64GB and 128GB. The smartphone will also feature an Always-On Display.
Samsung has yet to confirm an official release date for the Galaxy C10 however it is expected to be released in China first. As for the price tag, it could be roughly around the same piece as its predecessor, the C9 Pro at 3500 Yuan (approximately RM2245).