Samsung Galaxy C7 Spotted on Antutu Test with 4GB RAM: All You Need to Know

    South Korean tech giant Samsung is back on track with its latest flagship Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones.

    Samsung Galaxy C7 Spotted on Antutu Test with 4GB RAM

    As per the Counterpoint Research's report, the sales of the Galaxy S7 series of smartphones has recorded 50% higher sales that Galaxy S6 during its opening month in the global level.

    Samsung Galaxy C7 (SM-C7000) leaked on AnTuTu

    Few days back, an unknown smartphone reportedly called as Galaxy C5 with model number SM-C5000 surfaced in the Geekbench listing. Today another variant, the so-called Galaxy C7 with model number SM-C7000 got leaked on AnTuTU test. As per the report, the yet-to-be launched Galaxy C series are expected to come with metal body.

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    Rumoured Galaxy C7 might come with Snapdragon 625 SoC

    Samsung Galaxy C7 Spotted on Antutu Test with 4GB RAM

    As indicated by the reports, the supposed Galaxy C7 will sport a 5.5-inch Full HD screen with 1920×1080 pixels. Further, this device may come powered by an Octa-Core Snapdragon 625 processor with Adreno 506 GPU

    4GB RAM?

    If the rumour turns out to be true, the Galaxy C7 might come with 4GB RAM, 32GB ROM with expandable option via microSD card slot. Talking about the optics, the report suggests that the Galaxy C7 will be backed with 16MP rear camera with LED flash, 8MP camera on the front.

    Release date and pricing?

    Other feature includes Fingerprint sensor, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v 4.1, GPS and many more are listed in the benchmark. Anyhow, we are expecting more details regarding the Galaxy C series of smartphones in future.

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