The Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series of smartphones are usually viewed as the company’s flagships and typically come with the highest-end specs possible. However Samsung does put out quite a bit of smartphones out there, like the Galaxy C series which tend to sport somewhat mid-range specs, like we saw in the Galaxy C9.

However just because a phone is meant to be a mid-ranger doesn’t mean that companies should skimp on features, right? According to a recent tweet by @UniverseIce (via SamMobile), alleged photos of the chassis of the Galaxy C10 has been leaked online which shows off some rather interesting potential features.

For starters the most obvious would be the camera cutout, in which it appears that there is space for not one, but two lenses, with the cutout to the right most likely for the camera flash (it seems a bit small for a fingerprint sensor). Also on its side, there is a cutout which has been speculated could be a button for Bixby which was launched with the Galaxy S8.

This would suggest that the Galaxy C10 could come with dual cameras and support for Bixby, which at the moment are features that seem more geared towards higher-end devices. Of course there’s no telling if these features are the real deal, but we have been hearing about the Galaxy C10 recently, so hopefully we’ll have the official details soon. Until then take it with a grain of salt.

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