Expected to be the second mobile device that benefits from integration with the Bixby digital assistant, the Galaxy C10 is a Samsung mid-range smartphone equipped with a dual-camera system and a spacious screen.
The new C10 features a unibody design made of metal, housing a configuration based on the Snapdragon 660 chipset and no less than 6GB of RAM. According to the latest rumors, Qualcomm’s limited chipset stocks could lead to the use of a Samsung chipset from the Exynos 7872, with a hexa-core CPU instead of octa-core.
The camera could use wide-angle + telephoto lenses, allowing the image to be zoomed in and out for widening the field of view or obtaining portraits with bokeh effects.
The 6″ screen uses Full HD resolution, compensating for less impressive display density with good picture quality. Equipped with a non-removable 4000 mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy C10 could be purchased in 128GB or 64GB internal memory, with prices starting at $515.