Over the course of the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen the upcoming Galaxy C10 pose in an abundance of renders, and now yet another fan-made video based on CAD schematics has surfaced online, which also appears to corroborate early rumors pointing towards the handset being Samsung’s first smartphone with a dual-camera setup.
According to a recent report published by Asia Business Daily, the Galaxy C10 will sport a 6-inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon 660 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal storage and a 4,000mAh battery. It should also ship running Android 7.0 Nougat skinned with Samsung’s Experience — formerly known as TouchWiz — user interface.
In addition, the long-rumored Galaxy C10 is tipped to be Samsung’s first mid-range smartphone to come with a dedicated Bixby button; however, seeing as the South Korean company is having trouble teaching its digital assistant English (and other languages, for that matter), it will prove to be more of an inconvenience than a convenience key.
As is usually the case with the ‘Galaxy C’ range of devices, the Galaxy C10 is expected to debut in China later this year, and there’s no word on if it will make its way to other regions. The baseline model with 64GB of RAM will reportedly carry a price tag of CNY 3,400 ($515) when it eventually hits the shelves, though nothing’s confirmed.