Samsung Galaxy C10 has yet again surfaced online in alleged press renders coming from China. The yet-to-be-announced mid-ranger smartphone has been subjected to a number of leaks in the past, but the recent one seems to give more insights on the final design and features. The leaked images coincide with previous rumors of the smartphone sporting dual-camera setup on the rear panel. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy M32 launch date revealed: Check expected specs and price in India
From the images, Samsung Galaxy C10 is clearly seen as sporting a dual-rear camera setup with dual-LED flash placed out of the camera ring. The renders are also in line with previously leaked schematics spotted on Weibo, as the smartphone is seen sporting three antenna bands each on top and bottom of the rear panel. According to GSMArena, Samsung Galaxy C10 will also feature a dedicated Bixby button as seen on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. ALSO READ: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumored to be unveiled in late August ahead of Apple iPhone 8 launch Also Read - Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3, Galaxy Z Flip3 launch on August 27? New report suggests
On the front, the smartphone has a physical home button, which might double up as a fingerprint sensor. There is a front camera placed on the left of the earpiece as well. The power button is located on left side and the volume rocker is placed on right edge, above the alleged Bixby button. Details on specifications and other feature of the smartphone remains patchy. Also Read - Samsung now lets you make an appointment to shop at its stores, book demo via WhatsApp
From what we know so far, the Galaxy C10 will feature 6-inch full HD display, and it will be powered by a Snapdragon 660 SoC. It is said to have a 6GB of RAM and will house a 4,000mAh battery. For optics, the smartphone is said to sport a pair of 16-megapixel camera sensor with 4K video at 30fps recording capabilities. As Samsung’s has previously launched Galaxy C9 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro in India, the company is expected to release Samsung Galaxy C10 in India as well shortly after its first launch.