Jul 17, 2017 07:19 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy C10 is churning in the rumor mill for the quite some time. While the launch date of this smartphone is all set to approach soon, the latest leaked live images of the device reveal more details about upcoming flagship.
The renowned Twitter-based tipster @mmdj_china has tweeted two images which show the Galaxy C10's front and rear. These images have revealed the possible design of the upcoming Galaxy C10. One of the images confirms the presence of a dual rear camera setup at the back with two sensors placed vertically in the smartphone, according to GSM Arena.
The Samsung Galaxy C10 is said to feature a 6-inch display carrying a 1080 x 1920 Full HD resolution. In the U.S., the Snapdragon 660 SoC will power the handset, with an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU. Elsewhere, the Exynos 7872 chipset is expected to run the smartphone. There will be 6GB of RAM is inside the Galaxy C10 along with 64GB/128GB of onboard storage. The device will boast a 4000mAh battery that will keep the phone running for a long time between charges, as reported by Phone Arena.
The leaked images of Galaxy C10 lacks the presence of a fingerprint scanner at the back, so it is speculated that it will be embedded into the home button at the front side. There will also be a presence of dedicated Bixby button that can be seen below the volume rocker on the side. Up front, the Galaxy C10 looks to have thin bezels and is slightly curved at the edges.
For the pricing, it is believed that the device will start at 3499 CNY for the 64GB phone, which is rough $515 USD. There are also some smartphones apart from Galaxy C10 that is rumored to boast dual camera set up, which are Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017) and Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017).
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