Samsung Galaxy C10 could release soon, reportedly hits testing

The acclaimed Galaxy C10 is expected to be released very soon — it looks like the device has entered the software testing phase, as we even got the software version leak out today on Twitter, dubbed as build C9150ZCU0AQF2.

Well, this isn’t the first build to come out, neither is it the second, which leads us to believe that the Galaxy C10 is almost at the door, knocking and waiting to be released.

This snippet of information was brought out by popular leakster, mmddj_china. Samsung has been hard at work for the past couple of months and we’ve gotten to glean at the basic make up of the device in general. The only area where we’re left confused is the naming scheme. Will it carry the moniker of Galaxy C10 or Galaxy C10 Plus?

To construct a rough picture of the Galaxy C10 based on previous leaks, the device may feature a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 6GB of RAM and could possibly be powered by the new Snapdragon 660 SoC.

The Galaxy C10 has also been heavily rumored to receive the Bixby button, but that was a no-brainer, as Samsung had already stated that this feature will be making it to other devices. Let’s not forget the major highlight of the C10 either, which is its dual camera setup.

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The Galaxy C9 Pro turned out to be a performance oriented device and we expect Samsung to provide the same treatment to the upcoming Galaxy C10.