Upcoming Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro to Feature 16MP Camera on the Front and Back

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro leaked images reveal a metal design much like the Galaxy C7.

    Initially, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro was rumored to be launched in December this year. Later, it was reported that the launch would be delayed until January next year but there wasn’t a lot of information available about the smartphone. However, thanks to SlashLeaks, we now know the key specifications of the smartphone.

    Upcoming Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro to Feature 16MP Front Camera

    Reportedly, SlashLeaks has gotten hold of the Galaxy C7 Pro’s (SM-C7010) images and specs through TENNA, a Chinese telecom regulatory authority. 

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    As seen from the images, the upcoming smartphone features an all-metal unibody design with thin antenna bands first introduced with the Galaxy C9 Pro. Also, Samsung’s iconic rectangular home button which also doubles as a fingerprint scanner rests at the front. 

    Upcoming Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro to Feature 16MP Front Camera

    Regarding the specifications, the smartphone is rumored to include a 5.7-inch Full HD (1080p) display, a 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 626 chipset, Adreno 506 GPU, 4GB of RAM coupled with 64GB of storage space. It is rumored to sport a 16MP camera at the front and the back. It will run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out-of-the-box. 

    There’s no official word on the when the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro will be made available. 

    Recently, the Galaxy A series smartphones particularly, the Galaxy A3(2017) and Galaxy A5(2017) have been leaking a lot. Check out their features and live images here.  


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