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It looks like Samsung is all set to battle the smartphone industry's new segment of phones with a dual camera setup.

South Korean tech giant Samsung is expected to launch its next Galaxy C-series smartphone, which is rumoured to be called the Samsung Galaxy C10, in June this year.

The new models of the Galaxy S series went on sale on April 21 in South Korea, Canada and the USA and subsequently in other markets, including Europe, and will be launched in China on Thursday. But this did not stop enthusiasts from being thrilled after learning that the upcoming phablet, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, will feature a more powerful dual camera setup.

The leaked photo of the Samsung Galaxy C10 first popped up on the Chinese social site Weibo, Android Headlines said.

There's now not much information available on the specifications front, except that chipset could be Snapdragon 660. The antenna lines are also clearly visible above the pill-shaped camera module. And each of these devices will receive a separate button to launch the voice assistant Bixby.

Of course, photography isn't about the design of the entire rear panel of the Samsung Galaxy C10. Seeing how there is no presence of a fingerprint sensor on the back, the Galaxy C10 will possibly continue with the physical Home button. The device is expected to be powered by a 64-bit 2.2 GHz octa-core (eight Kyro 260 CPU cores) Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC coupled with Adreno 512 GPU and 6GB RAM. It's notable that there has been a concern about the Galaxy Note 8's display size. i.e., the Note 8 smartphone to sport a traditionally larger size display among the company's flagship devices.

  • Essie Rivera