Samsung Galaxy C10 to launch with Bixby AI Assistant & Dual Rear cameras
Samsung has just recently launched the new Galaxy S8 & the S8 Plus smartphones and one of the most controversial features of the phone apart from the fingerprint scanner placement is the Bixby AI Assistant and the dedicated Bixby button. Having a dedicated button is not a bad thing but having it there when there is absolutely no need for it (since it is not even ready yet) is one of the most annoying grievances about the smartphone. However, now it looks like Samsung is going to continue putting it in a lot of their future devices as well.
According to some of the new images which we have, it looks like the company is indeed planning on putting this button in the upcoming C10 smartphone as well. As you can see from the series of images attached below (of a case), the Galaxy C10 smartphone appears to have a separate hardware button on the side just like we saw on the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus. The placement of this particular hardware button is also right below the volume rockers and this could potentially mean only one thing. Unless it is a dedicated camera button which Samsung has never really done in the past with the C series, this appears to be the Bixby button.
Also, if you notice the camera module cut out runs vertically downward. There is a separate cutout for the flash also on the side and this means that we could be seeing a dual camera setup as well, with the Galaxy C10 smartphone. Do make a note that none of these are officially confirmed and we are purely speculating based on this particular leak but these appears to be solid images that show off the design.
As far as the specs of the Galaxy C10 is concerned, it looks the smartphone will come with 6GB of RAM and it will be powered by the newly launched Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC. And talking about the launch date, we have no confirmation on the same but it should likely be releasing very soon. Having said that, if you are interested in knowing more about this particular smartphone, then be sure to stay tuned to PhoneRadar, as we will be updating once we get more info on the same and if you have any other queries, then be sure to drop them in the comment section as well.