Unlike the Galaxy A series smartphones, Samsung’s midrange Galaxy C series phones don’t get much attention from the press and the public due to their limited availability. We’ve been hearing reports about a new Galaxy C series handset for quite some time now and one appears to have surfaced on the benchmarking website AnTuTu.
New Galaxy C10 Plus may use a Snapdragon 660 processor
A Weibo user has posted a screenshot of an Antutu benchmark revealing some specifications of the Samsung SM-C9150 aka Galaxy C10 Plus. According to the screenshot, the Galaxy C10 Plus will come with a Full HD Display, Snapdragon 660 processor, Adreno 512 GPU, 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It runs Android Nougat 7.1 but will most certainly be eligible for an Oreo update.
It is worth mentioning here that any information revealed in Antutu benchmarks is not completely reliable and can be faked easily. Still, none of the specs mentioned for the Galaxy C10 Plus are too farfetched and are in line with expected incremental upgrades by Samsung. It also merits mentioning here that the Galaxy C10 Plus was present on the list of unannounced Galaxy device codenames revealed by a leaked Galaxy Note 8 Oreo beta firmware.
No further information is available at this point in time so it’s unclear when the new Galaxy C10 Plus will be launched and if it’s going to make its way to markets other than China and India.