Samsung Galaxy C10 has just appeared in some alleged renders which showcase a brand new design with several improvements over the previous generation. We cannot guarantee anything about the reliability of these renders: they have been published by a Youtuber who often shares render based on leaks about upcoming devices. So, keep in mind that we may be just talking about a concept which may never come true. According to the renders, the upcoming upper-midrange by the Korean giant of the hi-tech market will sport a display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and very narrow bezels.
While the side bezels of Samsung Galaxy C10 are almost invisible, the one on the lower side is thick enough to contain a physical Home key with a fingerprint reader embedded. The design of the handset seems to be entirely made of metal, considering the presence of the antenna bands on the rear side. At the center of the upper part, there is a dual camera setup in a vertical configuration paired with a dual LED flash. According to the Youtuber, the phone will be released in at least three colors, which are hues of black, gray, and blue.
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The volume rocker of the alleged Samsung Galaxy C10 is placed on the left side, while the power key is on the opposite side of the phone. According to a recent sighting on AnTuTu, Samsung Galaxy C10 will sport a 6-inch display with a Quad HD+ resolution.On the hardware side, it should rock an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset, that is the best upper-midrange SoC by Qualcomm. From what rumors suggest, the device will also be equipped with a big battery (the capacity is expected to be 4000 mAh) which will support fast charging with Quick Charge 4.0 technology. Samsung Galaxy C10 should launch in May or June.