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Until now, we’ve heard all kinds of rumors about the C5 Pro and C7 Pro, which were considered the improved versions of the existing models, and reports claimed that they will be powered by a Snapdragon 626 processor with 4GB of RAM and will have 16MP rear cameras and screen sizes of 5.2-inch and 5.5-inch, respectively. Meanwhile, the C5 Pro was certified by Chinese agency TENAA, while the C7 Pro appeared in real life photos with a metallic body. However, we’ll talk about a promo poster that has just leaked and which reveals all three smartphones with new colors.

The promo poster has showed the upcoming C5 Pro, C7 Pro and C9 Pro with a sleek metal body and in three new colors: Gold and Rose Gold (which were announced in October), Jade Black and other two finishes with shades of blue. The C5 Pro and C7 Pro might come with stereo speakers, just like those on the C9 Pro (5.7-inch), and according to SamMobile, the latter phablet will be available in more Asian markets.



For now, Samsung keeps the Galaxy C line exclusive to China, but hopefully, the company will decide to ship the new handsets worldwide. Leaks suggest that the Galaxy C5 Pro will cost around 2,399 Yuan ($350), while the C7 Pro will cost 2,799 Yuan ($405). Samsung has confirmed neither the specs of the devices nor their prices, but reports claim that they will be released by the end of this month, with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box.

If you’re interested in the new foldable phone that will unfurl into a 7-inch tablet, you will need to wait until Q3 for its release. The Galaxy X could be powered by either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 or 820 or 830 processor that supports Quick Charge 3.0, or maybe Samsung will choose something newer that will be released in the meantime. The device could also support 3GB of RAM, expandable storage and a non-removable battery.

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