The Galaxy C10 Plus is an upcoming device that will probably be limited to certain markets only, just like the rest of the smartphones in the C-series. Nevertheless, the C-series has been quite impressive lately and the C10 Plus doesn't seem to be an exception to that either. Although we don't have a score for you unfortunately, the screenshot you see below does reveals quite a few of the details regarding the internals of the Galaxy C10 Plus.
Display: 1080p Super AMOLED (possibly at more than 6-inches)
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor
GPU: Adreno 512
Internal Storage: 64GB
OS version: Nougat 7.1
If this leak is indeed not fake (which it doesn't seem to be), then we know only one thing for sure about the device's released cycle; China is going to be the first country to get it. India could be on the list too, but we will have to wait and see about that one. Would you buy the Galaxy C10 Plus if it became available near you? How much Would you pay for it?
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Courtesy of GSM Arena, we are now able to take a look at the Sony Xperia F8331 prior to its launch. In case you are not aware, the F8331 is the upcoming flagship smartphone from Sony and it is supposed to be released in 2016. From what we can see, the device looks quite different in comparison to its predecessors and will probably sport a larger display as well. At the back, the position of the camera and the dual-tone flash have been tweaked slightly to give it a new look. A separate panel at the back and near the bottom can also be seen, which looks similar to an antenna window.
There's also the USB Type-C port, the 3.5mm audio jack, a NFC antenna and the much loved front facing stereo speakers. We found the device to be gorgeous and the specs look promising so far. There might be a few complains about Sony going with a Full HD display for the F8331 instead of a QHD or even 4K display, but considering how much of a battery hog those can be, we are not complaining. You can still shoot 4K videos with both the front and the rear cameras though.
Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)