As you are probably already aware, Samsung is upgrading its moderately popular Galaxy C series smartphones with follow-ups to last year’s Galaxy C5 and C7. Rumors and speculations surrounding the upgraded versions of both the C5 and the C7 have been making it to the tech headlines frequently in the past several weeks. However, now it looks like we finally have access to some official information.
It turns out, Samsung has rolled out the Galaxy C7 Pro in China, albeit rather quietly. The new handset will thus join its older cousin, the C9 Pro which is already (exclusively) available in China. In case you were wondering what makes the new C-series handsets among the most eagerly anticipated phones of this year, here’s everything we have learned so far.
Alleged Galaxy C5 Pro specs were first revealed on import tracking website Zauba with the model number SM-C5000. That was the first credible evidence supporting the existence of the device. Shortly after, the full-on specs were leaked on one of China’s most popular social media platforms.
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So far we know, the C5 Pro will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor along with 3GB or RAM (or more). Also, a recent introductory video that surfaced online (and picked up by SamMobile) showed that the handset will carry 16MP cameras both on the front as well as on the back.
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Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro specs have been unveiled on the company’s Chinese website and the info we are seeing confirms the majority of the previous leaks.
The handset will come equipped with a 5.7-inch super AMOLED display and a Snapdragon 625 processor. RAM and ROM sizes stand at 4GB and 64GB respectively. Just like the C9 Pro (and possibly the C5 Pro), the C7 Pro also reportedly carries 16MP cameras on both front and rear panels.
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