May 08, 2017 02:59 AM EDT
There were rumored surfacing on the internet that a new Samsung handset in the Galaxy C line will be first across the finish line with the dual cameras, which would be vertically positioned on the back. So finally, that phone's name has been finally revealed in a pair of tweets.
The first Samsung handset to carry a dual camera setup will be the Samsung Galaxy C10, according to a source out of China. The model number of the device is SM-C9150, as reported by Phone Arena.
The Samsung Galaxy C10 will reportedly have its very own dedicated Bixby button, just like the button on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+.The same source who revealed this information also tweeted a sketch of the rear of the Galaxy C10 a few days ago. The sketch has failed to show a fingerprint scanner on the back that means that it is either embedded in the home button like on other Samsung models or embedded in the screen.
According to The Android Soul, specs wise the Samsung Galaxy C10 will be featuring Snapdragon 660 processor, which is supposed to be unveiled by Qualcomm on May 9th. However, nothing more as regards specifications of Galaxy C10 is available at the moment, but it's safe to presume that it will rock cool 6GB of RAM - given C9 Pro also has it - but it's really the dual camera thing, which is a first for Samsung, has us most excited here.
For the release date, Samsung Galaxy C10 is rumored to release in Q3 2017. While nothing is officially confirmed yet, it wouldn't be surprised if Samsung Galaxy C10 is launched by Samsung in China by July end. But for the India and other countries, there is no surety that Samsung would even launch the Galaxy C10 outside China yet.
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