Samsung Galaxy C10, the premium mid-range smartphone by the brand surfaced for the first time last year in May. We were the first ones to give a peek into how the phone would look by showing a 360 degree video of it. You can check it out here. After almost a year, the phone has resurfaced on benchmarking site Antutu. This hints at an imminent launch, probably in China and then across international markets.
The smartphone spotted on Antutu has the model number SM-C9150 and they claim that this is nothing but the Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus. The phone might come with a 5.5-inch screen having a Full HD resolution. This won’t be a bezel-less smartphone for sure so expect a 16:9 aspect ratio on the phone. It will be an exception to most phones Samsung is launching since the past few months.
However, the Galaxy C10 will rock a dual-camera setup as seen in its renders. On the software front, it will possibly come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat layered with Samsung Experience customization. According to the Antutu specifications, it will come with Snapdragon 660 chipset coupled with a massive 6GB RAM. The internal storage will be limited to 64GB but it will likely have microSD support. Some reports also claim that the phone will come with a 4000mAh battery unit.
Since the Samsung Galaxy C10 is set to come with budget-flagship level specifications, it will compete with the OnePlus 5T and Honor View 10. Even the pricing might be along the similar lines, around Rs. 35,000. Samsung already has a phone in this price range, the Galaxy A8+, so this launch will add one more of its device to the budget flagship lineup.
We’ll keep you updated as and when more information about Samsung Galaxy C10 is available, stay tuned.