We reported last week that Samsung will soon extend the Galaxy C lineup this year with the Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus. These handsets will carry model numbers SM-C9100 and SM-C9150/9158. Like their predecessors, these handsets are likely going to have impressive specs at the price of a mid-range smartphone.
While rumors have suggested that the Galaxy Note 8 might be the first smartphone from Samsung to feature a dual rear camera system, recent rumors claim that this may not be the case. It’s claimed that the Galaxy C10 might actually be the first smartphone from Samsung to come with a dual camera system on the back.
A purported cover for the Galaxy C10 has been leaked online which shows that the upcoming device is going to have a dual camera system. It also includes a cutout for a Bixby button, which isn’t surprising, since Samsung has already confirmed that it will expand Bixby to other devices.
It’s not surprising that Samsung is introducing its dual camera system with a mid-range smartphone in China. Most Chinese manufacturers have introduced similar systems with mid-range handsets. The iPhone 7 is the only proper flagship to offer it among the major manufacturers and it obviously comes at a price.
Samsung is yet to confirm when it’s going to make the Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus official.