Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus on Snapdragon 660 is seen in AnTuTu

Completely updating its benchmark, the developers of AnTuTu continue to monitor the appearance of new devices in statistics. Recently, they caught the eye of a smartphone Samsung with the index SM-C9150, under which the model Galaxy C10 Plus is hidden.

Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus on Snapdragon 660 is seen in AnTuTu

Completely updating its benchmark, the developers of AnTuTu continue to monitor the appearance of new devices in statistics. Recently, they caught the eye of a smartphone Samsung with the index SM-C9150, under which the model Galaxy C10 Plus is hidden.

What kind of smartphone?

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While Huawei produces full-screen devices for every taste and color , the Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus has got a Full HD-panel with the usual 16: 9 aspect ratio. There is no exact data on the diagonal (most likely, 5.5-6 inches). Inside, the eight-core chipset Snapdragon 660 is installed. The operating memory is 6 GB, the built-in 64 GB. On the cameras AnTuTu does not say anything, but Samsung may well use the proprietary dual module for low-cost devices.

The first rumors about the devices of the Galaxy C10 family appeared last summer, but for some reason the announcement of new products was postponed to 2018. Another consequence of the delay is not the most recent Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS. With the timing of the release until the full uncertainty. Initially, the C-series was focused on the Chinese market, but the Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017) was sold in other countries as the Galaxy J7 +.

I wonder if the models with an extended display in the updated lineup of Galaxy J. In the younger Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018), the company has only slightly refreshed the design.

Source: AnTuTu

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