Samsung’s upcoming smartphone in C-series, the Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus is now spotted on Chinese smartphone benchmarking platform AnTuTu, revealing the complete specifications. The company’s C-series in Galaxy lineup devices target premium mid-range markets, prices almost near to the ‘so-called’ flagship killer smartphones. Even having the periodical update in their flagship S-series and Note-series, the Korean giant nowadays seems more elegantly approaching the midrange market, to target the majority. Samsung’s Galaxy J-series and On-series are yet another successful series of smartphones, especially among Asia countries.
As per the information leaked through the AnTuTu benchmark details, the Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus carries a model number SM-C9150. On the hardware side, the smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 SoC, coupled with Adreno 512 GPU. The smartphone shares 6GB of RAM under the hood; packs 64GB internal storage chip in-built. Unfortunately, it seems like the Samsung still haven’t gotten out themselves of the older 16:9 display. The display resolution details points to FullHD display with the normal ratio. However, there is a bigger chance that Samsung could release the smartphone with the newly trending 18:9 taller display.
Unlike every time, the new AnTuTu revelation regarding the Galaxy C10 Plus does not actually say about the camera configuration of the smartphone. The rumours say that the smartphone is coming with a dual-camera combo mounted on the rear The front camera would at least feature a LED flashlight, as most of their recently launching midrange smartphone has one.