Galaxy C10 leaks, Samsung's first dual-camera smartphone

Posted May 19, 2017

A new image has popped up on Weibo which shows the back panel of the alleged Galaxy C10 with the dual camera setup.

Samsung's much-rumored Galaxy C10 smartphone has been spotted in a newly leaked photo.

We might also see the elder sibling of the Galaxy C10 as well in the near future, which would be known as Galaxy C10 Plus. However, given the consistency of Galaxy C10 leaks, we'd inclined to believe that Samsung is readying up a phone with a dual camera.

And a recent photograph of this device in color pink gold finally confirms this assumption.

According to earlier reports, the Samsung Galaxy C10 will sport a model number SM-C9150, while the other sources claim it to be SM-C9100. What's important here is that the image depicts the phone as having a dual camera module. According to Oigel, the phone is reported to be powered by either Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 9XXX processor and may come with 6 GB RAM and big 256 GB internal storage. While there seems to be no additional information provided with the leaked image, the antenna lines and metal body are clearly visible.

Galaxy Note 8 is also expected to use the latest Android Nougat OS along with Samsung's own personal assistant Bixby. However, tapered sides usually mean the device will be a bit slippery unless it is inside a case.

According to analysts, given its current success, the S8 could end up surpassing the 50 million units its predecessor - the Galaxy S7 - sold. The smartphone is also expected to boast a 6GB RAM and could feature a 6-inch display.

"FE" stands for Fans edition, which implies that the company aims to target hardcore Galaxy Note 7 fans in the markets where it plans to launch the device.