The upcoming Samsung Galaxy C10 has appeared in a number of leaks and rumors so far and now, it is time for new render images and a 360-degree video. As it has been the case in the past, the latest leak focuses on showcasing the much anticipated dual rear camera setup on the Samsung smartphone which was earlier expected to arrive with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships. The latest Galaxy C10 leak shows a design quite similar to what we have seen with the Galaxy C9 Pro, the first Samsung phone with 6GB of RAM.
It can be seen from renders that the device has vertically aligned dual cameras on the back with dual-LED flash on the right side. Just below it, there is the Samsung branding and you can also notice the same antenna lines which are present on the Galaxy C9 Pro. On the front panel, there is a front camera on the top and a physical home button with an integrated fingerprint scanner at the bottom. There are two buttons on the left side and one button on the right side which are expected to be volume rocker, power button, and Bixby button respectively. It is rumored to feature Bixby AI which will make it only the third device to feature Samsung’s own smart assistant. The device has a charging port, likely to be USB Type-C, and a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom panel. It is expected to feature metallic body which should result in a sturdy build quality.
The leak further suggests that the Galaxy C10 is expected to come with a 5.5-inch display and 152.5 x 74.8 x 7.68mm dimensions. It is expected to be a direct successor to the Galaxy C9 Pro which could be the reason behind similar design approach. As far as specifications are concerned, there is not much information available except that it is likely to be powered by the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor. A recent leak showed the smartphone in Rose Gold color which gives a reason to believe that it will be one of the different color options to become available for purchase. Samsung is also rumored to release a bigger variant of the phone named Galaxy C10 Plus alongside the standard Galaxy C10.