Samsung Galaxy C10 might become the first smartphone from the South Korean company to feature a dual-rear camera setup. The dual-rear camera seems to be the new trend among smartphone makers and most companies, including Apple have already adopted the feature.
Samsung was also expected to follow suit with this year's Galaxy S8, but the company stuck to single rear camera that was seen on last year's flagship as well. While Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is also rumoured to adopt dual rear camera setup, a new leaked image spotted on China's Weibo suggests that the Galaxy C10 will indeed be the first Samsung device to feature dual-rear cameras. The leaked image shows a rose gold device with design language similar to that of existing Galaxy C series.
The leaked image shows the device's dual-rear camera setup separated by dual LED flash and power button placed on the right side. It is not clear whether one of the dual-rear cameras will support telephoto lens, but earlier rumours did suggest that Galaxy Note 8 will offer up to 3x optical zoom. The hardware specification of the device is not known, yet but it is expected arrive with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 660 processor.