All eyes are on Samsung's upcoming flagships -- the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ -- which are scheduled to be announced on February 25, a day before the Mobile World Congress 2018 (MWC 2018) kicks off, but the South Korean technology giant seems to have more to offer. It is reported that the company has a long line of handsets scheduled for release this year, and at least two of them are believed to be from the Galaxy C-series.
Interestingly, with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system, Adreno 512 GPU, 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and a screen with 1920x1080 pixels. There is no mention of the name of the mysterious handset but earlier reports have claimed that the Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus would come with the model number SM-C9150.
It may be mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus have been in news since last year, with reports claiming that the handsets could be launched soon but it didn't happen. SamMobile reported that the Galaxy C10 would carry model number SM-C9100, while the Galaxy C10 Plus would come with model numbers SM-C9150 and SM-C9158.
Now, the appearance of Samsung's new device with model number SM-C9150 on AnTuTu benchmark has sparked off speculations that the launch of handsets from Galaxy C-series -- Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus – may not be far off.
A report by XDA Developer website has also claimed that Samsung would launch the Galaxy C10 and Galaxy C10 Plus in 2018 without giving a time frame.