Samsung will announce an array of products this year and the company has already introduced almost ten devices this year. The South Korean giant is betting big on its upper mid-range Galaxy C series. In a recent report, a sketch of a device posted online claim that it is a Galaxy C lineup handset.
According to a recent report, the company will be releasing a smartphone in its C-series which is said to come with a dual camera setup. While details about the smartphone are still unclear at the moment, a leaked sketch has appeared on Weibo showing a vertically arranged dual rear camera setup on a mysterious Galaxy C phone. It reveals the rear end of what is said to be the next smartphone in the Galaxy C-series. Interestingly, the image shows the back of the device with a vertically placed dual camera setup at the center. It also shows the presence of a LED flash. Moreover, the image reveals antenna lines which run at the top and bottom of the phone. The sketch does not show the presence of rear-mounted fingerprint reader which means the phone may be featuring it on the front side.
The mysterious Galaxy C phone is slated to be announced before August and because the Galaxy Note 8 is set to be unveiled in the same month or in September. Reports claim that it is powered by Snapdragon 660 chipset and is set to get an official announcement on May 9. Even though the unknown Galaxy C phone would be the first dual rear camera smartphone from Samsung, the South Korean is pegged to pack the best twin rear cameras for Galaxy Note 8. Furthermore, the Galaxy Note 8 probably won't be unveiled until before August or September. At the moment, there are no specific details on what sort of sensors is Samsung planning to use on the company's upcoming devices.