Samsung’s smartphone market share has been declining consistently in China, but the South Korean company is making another effort to take on the rival brands from China by releasing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy C10. In fact, the Galaxy C series from Samsung is an attempt from the company to release smartphones that are customized for Chinese audience. Fresh leaks have revealed several information on its specs, pricing and release date.
It has been revealed by the rumor mill through various leaked photos that the Galaxy C10 will be the first smartphone from Samsung to sport dual rear cameras. A South Korean publication has revealed that Samsung is currently testing the Galaxy C10 and it will be aimed to resurrect Samsung’s declining market share in China.
The Galaxy C10 is rumored to be driven by Snapdragon 660 chipset and 6 GB of RAM. It is expected to feature 6-inch full HD display and a 4,000mAh inbuilt battery. The phablet is expected to be available in 64 GB and 128 GB storage models. It is expected to sell in China with a starting price of 3,499 Yuan (~$514). Samsung is also speculated to launch another variant of the phablet with Galaxy C10 Plus. The only differing factor between the two models is that the C10. The Galaxy C10 is speculated to debut in Q3 this year.