Several Samsung Galaxy C10 rumors popped up in the last couple of weeks, but we did not see an actual leak of the device (only its case leaked), until now. If you take a look at the provided image, you'll get to see the alleged Galaxy C10 smartphone, a Rose Gold model, and a dual camera setup on its back. Now, as some of you might know already, a recent rumors suggested that one of the 'Galaxy C' smartphones will be a first Galaxy-branded smartphone to sport a dual camera setup, well, it seems like the Galaxy C10 will be the device in question.
This image surfaced on Weibo (Chinese social network), but the source did not provide any spec info to go along with it. That being said, we can clearly see that this phone is made out of metal, and that there is a dual-LED flash placed in between its two main cameras. The dual camera setup on the back of this phone protrudes a bit, and below all of that lies Samsung's branding. Antenna bands are visible on the back of the device, but they're well-designed, so it seems like they're a part of the device's design. The power / lock key is placed on the right-hand side of this smartphone, which means that the volume rocker lies on the left, even though we can't see it in this image. The phone's back seems to be curved on the sides, and it will be interesting to see whether the phone will sport a physical home key up front, or will Samsung opt to include a set of on-screen keys, like they did on the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. If previous 'Galaxy C' smartphones are any indication, however, we will see a physical home key below the phone's display.
That being said, we really don't have any info when it comes to the Galaxy C10's specs, as nothing really leaked thus far. Based purely on its name, however, it is possible that this will be the largest Galaxy C-branded smartphone around, or at least close to it. So, it is possible that the device will sport a 6-inch display, but that's pure speculation at this point. In any case, the Galaxy C10 is expected to launch in the near future, and become Samsung's first ever Galaxy smartphone with a dual camera setup on the back, so stay tuned for more info.