With smartphones being launched with dual camera setups all over, you would expect the market leader in the segment to jump onto the bandwagon sooner or later. But Samsung is known not to experiment much with its flagships. After the Galaxy S7 Note fiasco last year, the company has become slightly reserved. Remember it prefers to experiment with its in-house OS, Tizen, on some of its budget phones.
Similarly, though the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus have been released with the AI-based digital assistant Bixby, its full complement is still being withheld since the company is not sure the feature can understand the English language spoken in countries like the US, the way the words are pronounced.
The dual camera setup can also be seen in the same perspective. It now transpires that Samsung will debut the dual rear camera setup in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy C10. Some images of the phone have leaked by Pricebaba and these appear to be renders indicating it is still work in progress.
The images show that the Galaxy C10 has two cameras placed vertically below the other and there are also provision of two LED flashes. A video has actually been released with a 360Â° view of the phoneâ€™ render. The only questions that remain to be clarified are whether the two cameras will be a combination of a wide lens and a zoom camera or a RGB + monochrome pair. There are even possibilities of one of the cameras sporting a normal lens and the other one a super wide angled one; any of these is possible.
Apart from the cameras, there are indications that the dimensions of the phone would be 152.5 x 74.8 x 7.68mm and that the phone would sport a 5.5-inch display. The renders also show a fingerprint scanner below the rear cameras. There are also rumours that there could be a dedicated Bixby button as is seen on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
One will have to wait to know more information and confirmations on all that has been stated above with regard to the Samsung Galaxy C10 smartphone.