As its unveiling date is approaching at a fast pace, the South Korean tech giant Samsung’s latest device, the Galaxy C7 Pro got its FCC certification a little while ago. This device along with its brother, the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro will most likely be launched on January the 21st. FCC certification is basically the last thing that a device needs before it can be officially launched.
Some leaks from the FCC have shown that this device is powered by a 3300mAh battery. It is also rumored that it will sport a 1080 x 1920 resolution and a 5.7-inch display.
Powered by a Snapdragon 626 that clocks at 2.2GHz with the help of an Andreno 506GPU and 4GB of RAM it is said to become a top competitor for the smartphone market. It is also believed that it will have 64GB worth of internal storage to play around with.
Camera-wise, it should sport a 16MP snapper on both sides of the device, powered by Android 6.0.1. No news however about this device running the latest Android 7.0 Nougat has been released as of yet. The Chinese regulator TENAA leaked some photos of the device’s design and we are more than content to see it looking as sharp as a 2017 device should be.
Being known to use slotted antenna lines that add a Samsung device note, it actually makes the smartphone look better. The battery will turn out to be non-removable thus conferring the phone a uni-body build as it is E-labled by the FCC.
Being an all new Samsung device one can only expect a premium device with high end materials being used. Judging by the hype, this phone will reign supreme over the mid-range device market as it is not believed to show any premium prospects.
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