Samsung was expected to launch Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro in this month in December. But recently we heard off the delay in the unveiling of the devices this month and getting postponed until January. Now, new reports have pointed that the Galaxy C5 Pro and 7 Pro could be finally unveiled on January 21. The report has been leaked on Chinese social network Weibo.
The report says that the two phones could arrive a week before the Chinese Spring Festival, held every year in January. The phones will be available for purchase on January 21, as per the report.
Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro have been in leaks for a long time now and recently both the smartphones were spotted on Indian export-import website Zauba. The Galaxy C5 Pro sported the model no Samsung SM-C5010 and the C7 Pro had the model number SM-C7010. As per the Zauba listing, the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro carried a price tag of Rs 20,483 while Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro had a price tag of Rs 13,645. Sadly, there has been no information about the India launch. Recently, Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro also now received WiFi certification.
As per earlier reports, Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro is expected to come with a 5.2-inch full HD display with 1080 x 1920 resolution. It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 octa-core processor with Adreno 506 GPU coupled with 4GB of RAM. The C5 Pro will come with 64GB of internal memory and it will boast a 16-megapixel rear camera and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies.
The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is expected to come with a larger 5.7-inch full HD display with the same 1080 x 1920 resolution. It will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 chipset as in Galaxy C5 Pro. The smartphone will also come with same memory configuration and same camera setup at rear and front (16-megapixel) as Galaxy C5 Pro.
Additionally, Both the Galaxy C7 Pro and the Galaxy C5 Pro are also rumoured to come with a USB Type-C port, Samsung Pay mobile payment service, and a fingerprint scanner. Both are expected to run on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system with the company’s new ‘Grace UX’ layer on top.