The Galaxy C-series by Samsung are limited to China, but one device inevitably gathers more interest than usual. The Galaxy C10 is expected to be launched in Q3 2017 and become the first Samsung smartphone with dual camera. Better yet, we got to learn its specs and pricing ahead of the actual announcement.
Asia Business Daily reports that Samsung China is already testing the Galaxy C10. It will be powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset and will be coupled with 6 GB RAM. Sources say that if there are not enough Qualcomm chipsets on time, the SoC might be Samsungs in-house Exynos 7872 with six CPU cores.
Some rumors say the Galaxy C10 dual camera might be wide-angle + telephoto lens, although that’s yet to be confirmed.
The display of the device will be 6 with Full HD resolution. The storage options are two – 64 GB or 128 GB. Galaxy C10 will have a 4,000 mAh non-removable battery. The phone could also arrive with Bixby button, according to latest leaks and renders.
The starting price of the 64 GB version will be CNY3,499 or about $515.
Source 1 (in Korean) Source 2 (in Chinese)