Samsung Galaxy C10 has been rumoured as the first Samsung smartphone with a dual rear camera setup. With previous leaks falling in line, there’s yet another leak that cements the fact that Galaxy C10 will sport a dual rear camera. Press renders of the alleged Samsung Galaxy C10 have surfaced online giving a glimpse at the possible design of the smartphone.
The latest renders were posted on a Chinese website Anzhuo.com which shows the smartphone with a vertically aligned dual rear camera, a fact mentioned in every previous rumour. Interestingly, the leaked images also show a dedicated Bixby button on the side, something which was assumed previously as well. There is a home button on the front which most probably doubles up as a fingerprint sensor. The antenna bands in a group of three can be clearly seen at the top and the bottom of the smartphone which certainly indicate that the smartphone will hold a metal uni-body design.
Going by some previous leaks, the Galaxy C10 is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 660 chipset and will be coupled with 6 GB RAM. The report also mentions that the smartphone could as well hold company’s in-house Exynos 7872 with six CPU cores under the hood due to the possible scarcity of Snapdragon 660 processors.
The Galaxy C10 is said to sport a 6-inch Full-HD display and will come in two different variants, one with 64 GB internal storage and another with 128 GB internal storage. The smartphone will pack a healthy 4,000 mAh non-removable battery to keep things ticking for long hours.
There are also speculations that Galaxy C10’s dual camera might be having wide-angle + telephoto lens, although that hasn’t been confirmed. Talking about the price, the 64 GB variant of the smartphone is said to be carrying a price tag of CNY 3,499 or about $515 which roughly translates to Rs. 33,000.