Jun 09, 2017 04:55 PM EDT
Samsung's new C-Series smartphone is back with rumors and this time straight from China. The Samsung Galaxy C10 smartphone is expected to be launched in the third quarter of this year. It could be the first smartphone from the South Korean tech giant that will arrive with the powerful dual camera set up on the rear for perfect photography.
According to GSMArena, fresh reports have popped up on the internet suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy C10 smartphone could arrive with the dual camera set up on the rear. It is speculated to arrive with wide-angle + telephoto lenses.
It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy C10 could be the first smartphone from the company to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 chipset and will be coupled with 6 GB RAM. There are also speculations made that if the company has no enough Qualcomm chipsets on time, then there are chances that the company might switch to Exynos 7872 with six CPU cores.
According to The Mobile Indian, the Samsung Galaxy C10 is speculated to arrive with 6-inch Full HD resolution display and packing a 4,000mAh non-removable battery. It is reported that the smartphone is rumored to carry a starting price tag of Yuan 3,499 (approx. $515). The storage options likely to arrive are the 64GB and 128GB storages.
It is also reported that the company could launch Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus model along with the Galaxy C10. The smartphones could feature identical exteriors and specifications except for the inclusion of a massive 8GB of RAM on the Galaxy C10 Plus instead of 6GB RAM.
Samsung has not made any official statement on the Samsung Galaxy C10 and C10 Plus smartphones and none of the rumors has been confirmed yet. Therefore, readers of this post are requested to take all the details with a grain of salt. Stay tuned for more updates.
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