Samsung is working on a new device, as always, and this one would go into the midrange section. There is no news as to what the name would be, but a leak from the AnTuTu benchmark gives details on what would be under the hood, as well as the model number. If the SM-C9150 is anything to go by, we could be looking at a Samsung Galaxy C10 in the coming months.
Of course, it is also very much likely to be a Galaxy C10 Plus (for Chinese markets) or a variant in the Galaxy J family in other markets.
What is sure, though, is that this unit would come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 at the helm of affairs. The chipset would have a solid 6GB of RAM at its disposal and ship with Android 7.1.1 out of the box. Since it looks very much like an upper midrange unit, it should be given support to Android 8 Oreo few weeks after its launch.
Unfortunately, Samsung could shoot themselves in the foot with this device too. From the benchmark tests, we are seeing an aspect ratio of 16:9. In a world where 18:9 aspect ratio is fast becoming the norm, we don’t know why the South Korean OEM would step things down for a 2018 unit.
Of course, everything (except the specs) are still pure speculations, so keep your fingers crossed as we find out more on the unit.