Is this Samsung's first dual-camera Galaxy smartphone?

Gwen Vasquez
May 19, 2017

Samsung is expected to join the dual camera trend this year with its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8. Till now we only have this info regarding the specs of Galaxy C10.

While Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was earlier tipped to be the first Samsung phone to feature a dual-camera setup, new leaks suggest that company's C10 smartphone might leapfrog and take the honour.

Global shipments of the Galaxy S8 devices reportedly have reached over 10 million units so far, but it remains to be seen whether Samsung is able to ramp up its shipments of the Galaxy S8 in China, commented the sources.

And a recent photograph of this device in color pink gold finally confirms this assumption. The back panel also gets Samsung branding right beneath the dual camera setup. Now coming to rest of the specifications, previous leaks had suggested that the Samsung Galaxy C10 will pack the Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 660 processor. The antenna lines are also clearly visible above the pill-shaped camera module.

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Speaking of the Galaxy C10's sides, its metal chassis also curves to the side, possibly a way to make the device seem thinner and more comfortable to grip. It might come with a dedicated Bixby Button to activate the AI assistant quickly.

What's really a mystery is how it will look up front.

Of course, photography isn't about the design of the entire rear panel of the Samsung Galaxy C10. The phone sports a 6-Inch display. The Snapdragon 660 chip inside the Galaxy C10 is likely to be paired with at least 4GB of RAM, but we do think that 6GB is more likely.

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