The Samsung Galaxy C10, the company’s first dual-camera phone, is shaping up to be one of the hottest premium mid-rangers. The latest addition on its already impressive spec sheet is Always On Display (AOD).
This feature has been making its way down the ladder and is available on the 2017 editions of the A-Series and more recently the new J-series too. It looks like the same implementation too, so it should have the same functionality as the Galaxy S8.
Samsung Galaxy C10: Always On Display on the front • Dual camera on the back
Besides the dual camera on the back, the Galaxy C10 is expected to have a 6” Super AMOLED display (1080p), be powered by the new Snapdragon 660 with a roomy 6GB of RAM and plenty of storage to boot (64GB or 128GB). The 14nm chipset paired with a 4,000mAh battery should offer stellar battery life, even with AOD on.
All this won’t come cheap – prices are expected to start at CNY 3,500 ($515/€450). And it may not come at all, not to all regions anyway – the C-series has previously been targeted at Southeast Asia.
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