According to the latest rumors that have been doing rounds in China for quite a while now, it is speculated that the South Korean Electronics giant Samsung is building up the Galaxy C10 that will be fueled by Qualcomm’s forthcoming mid-go framework on-chip, the Snapdragon 660. One industry insider also spilled the bean in one of his tweets claiming that the Galaxy C10 will bear the model number SM-C9150 and brandish a double camera setup, apparently on its back board. While numerous Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) have been commercializing double camera portable frameworks for some time now, Samsung still can’t seem to take action accordingly, however, the organization has been exploring different avenues regarding a double focal point setup on the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. In future, Samsung may bring out dual-lens camera integrated smartphones but till then it will go with its single-lens camera systems.
As of now there is no data available on Galaxy C10, however the model number uncovered by the previously mentioned by an industry source in his tweet reveals that the gadget being referred to might be an immediate successor to the Galaxy C9 Pro that was authoritatively presented by Samsung back in November and turned into the main Galaxy-marked gadget to deliver with 6GB of RAM. Perceiving how the South Korean tech monster propelled the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus not as much as a month prior and has officially affirmed its goals to present the Galaxy Note 8 later this year, it’s far from being obviously true whether the organization will select to discharge an enhanced form of a top notch mid-officer like the Galaxy C9 Pro in the West where the normal client is additionally ready to pay for an undeniable leader with a top notch overall revenue.
Notwithstanding, more insights about the up and coming gadget may start pouring out soon on the internet as its rumored SoC is slated to be unveiled by Qualcomm this week, and first cell phones controlled by the San Diego-based company’s most recent bit of silicon will apparently dispatch in the coming months. The Snapdragon 660 is said to include an octa-center processor combined with the Adreno 512 GPU and support for LPDDR4 RAM, and in addition UFS 2.1. On the off chance that Samsung is genuinely looking forward to launch the Galaxy C10 soon, the handset will more likely than not send with some form of Android Nougat upgraded with the organization’s restrictive launcher.