The first CAD renders of the upcoming Galaxy C10 from Samsung have appeared online today, courtesy of leakster @OnLeaks and Pricebaba. As we told you in an earlier report, the Galaxy C10 is expected to be Samsung’s first smartphone to come with a dual-camera setup at the back.
As can be clearly seen in the renders below, Samsung has gone with a vertical layout for the dual-cameras on the Galaxy C10. On the right side of the dual-camera setup will be a dual-LED flash. The antenna lines at the rear appear to be very similar to what we have seen on the Galaxy C9 Pro. It is a similar story with the positioning of the buttons on the sides as well. However, there is one major difference. There appears to be an additional button placed below the volume rocker. While nothing has been confirmed yet, it is rumored that it could be a dedicated button for Samsung’s new Bixby virtual assistant, similar to the flagship Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones. In terms of dimensions, the leak claims the Galaxy C10 measures 152.5 x 74.8 x 7.68mm. With a 7.68mm profile, the Galaxy C10 is going to be thicker than the Galaxy C9 Pro, which measures 6.9mm thin. The fingerprint sensor, just like the previous Galaxy C-series smartphones, is going to be embedded inside the physical home button on the smartphone’s front.
While it is fairly certain now that the Galaxy C10 is going to feature a dual-camera setup at the back, we still do not have much of an idea regarding the capabilities of the same. Even the resolution of the two sensors is a complete mystery at this point. We do expect to hear more details soon, as the Galaxy C10 is expected to be officially unveiled before the Galaxy Note 8. Until then, check out the 360-degree video of the Galaxy C10 below.