It’s said that Samsung Electronics is working on the Galaxy C10 that is powered by Qualcomm’s upcoming mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 660 SoC. According to latest industry rumors originating from China, this report claims that the Korean giant is hardly busy in developing Galaxy C10 which bear the model number SM-C9150 and sport a dual camera system, presumably on its real panel. Here’s something we got so far to let you know about the upcoming.
While many original OEMs have been commercializing dual camera mobile systems for a while now, Samsung has yet to follow suit, though the company admitted it has been testing with a dual-lens setup on the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+. But again, the Korean consumer manufacturer has sticked with a single-lens camera system, though recent report indicate that may change in the near future with the launch of Galaxy Note 8.
Unfortunately, no other information on Galaxy C10 is currently available now. But the model number has revealed by the industry insider suggests that the device in question may be a direct successor to the Galaxy C9 Pro, made official by Samsung back in November and became the first Galaxy-branded device to ship with 6GB of RAM.
More details about the upcoming might follow soon seeing how its rumored SoC os scheduled to be unveiled by Qualcomm this week, if that happens, first smartphones powered by the San Diego-based firms piece of silicon will reportedly launch in the coming months. You can also get some information on the next-gen Snapdragon 845, which is rumored to be powered on Galaxy S9 early next year.
While the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 SoC is said to feature an octa-core processor coupled with the Adreno 512 GPU and support for LPDDR4 RAM, as well as UFS 2.1. If Samsung is really planning to release the Galaxy C10 later this year, the handset is almost certainly ship with some build of Android Nougat enhanced with the company’s own TouchWiz launcher.
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