Live images of the Samsung Galaxy C10 surface

Live images of the Samsung Galaxy C10 surface
The Samsung Galaxy C10 is expected to be one of four Galaxy handsets that will launch this year with a dual camera setup on back. The others include the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017) and Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017). Look at the photos accompanying this story, and you'll see one picture that claims to show the back of the Galaxy C10. Besides showing off Sammy's new slotted antenna lines, you'll see a dual camera setup.

There has been talk that the C10 will be the first Samsung handset to feature this. Others expect that the Galaxy Note 8 will be the first of Sammy's new phones to sport two snappers on the back.The latest rumor calls for the Galaxy Note 8 to be unveiled on August 23rd, a little earlier than originally planned. That's due to the Galaxy S8's slumping sales. Unfortunately, that doesn't leave us any closer to figuring out which of Samsung's upcoming models will be first to market with the dual camera setup.

The Galaxy C10 is expected to feature a 6-inch display carrying a 1080 x 1920 resolution (FHD). In the U.S., the Snapdragon 660 SoC powers the unit, with an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 512 GPU. Elsewhere, you can expect to see the Exynos 7872 chipset  driving the handset. 6GB of RAM is inside along with 64GB/128GB of native storage. Keeping the lights on is a large 4000mAh battery that will keep your phone running for a long time between charges.

Checkout the slideshow and you'll see some new images of the Galaxy C10. Under the volume rocker you'll find the dedicated Bixby button, making it the first phone after the Galaxy S8 to feature such a thing.

Lastly, pricing is believed to start at 3499 CNY for the 64GB phone. That works out to the equivalent of  $515 USD at current exchange rates. It's all nice to know, but until we get a definitive launch date for the four models, guessing which one will come to market first with a dual camera set up requires making some wild guesses.

source: @mmdj_china via DroidHolic

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