It’s been more than a year since we saw a Galaxy C9’s sequel. The Galaxy C9 Pro, in fact, launched in November 2016 and since then we’re waiting to see a successor of the big size phablet. It’s not the first time Samsung has done this though. The Korean manufacturer has abandoned a number of handsets in the past completely leaving them in the middle of nowhere. However, it seems Samsung may be testing a Galaxy C10 Plus.
A new handset with model number SM-C9150 visited AnTuTu and was spotted by a tipster. The model number bears resemblance to its predecessor which would be the Galaxy C9 Pro. The C9 Pro had SM-C900 as its model number. Thus, if these tests weren’t faked, this could be the real deal.
Apart from the scores, the AnTuTu listing says that the Galaxy C10 Plus will feature the potent Snapdragon 660 SoC paired with 6GB of RAM along with 64GB of storage. This does seem to be a worthy upgrade from the Snapdragon 653 chip on the C9 Pro.
The handset is running Android Nougat instead of Oreo. One particular thing worth mentioning is the resolution which is 1080p Full-HD. This points to the display being a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio, despite the current trend of bezel-less devices.
The C series is a good family of devices for the mid-range, especially the Galaxy C9 Pro. We hope Samsung makes this device actually come to life in the coming weeks.