Galaxy C7 Pro phablet featuring 5.7-inch display, two 16MP cameras and fingerprint scanner will go on sale on January 16th
Just a few weeks ago Samsung released a trio of new Galaxy A line smartphones. The dust after the premiere hasn’t settled yet, and the company quickly brings another affordable offering to the market. Dubbed Galaxy C7 Pro this metal phone comes with a massive 5.7-inch screen panel and hides a package of quite decent specs as for this price sector, naturally.
The Galaxy C7 Pro finally got official. Closed in a metal unibody, the phone houses a massive 5.7-inch display, two 16 MP cameras and a fingerprint scanner.
Although the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro received a professional credential, in terms of design it’s just a slightly revamped old C7. It features a more advanced front-facing camera which now uses an impressive 16MP sensor instead of an 8MP original one. Furthermore, it comes dressed in a full-metal jacket sporting a noticeably slimmer bezels and less pronounced antenna lines. In other words, the C7 Pro looks like a real professional. But how about its internals?
Specs-wise, the C7 Pro is nothing else than another mid-range Android smartphone. However, driven by an octa-core Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 626 clocked at 2.2GHz and coupled with 4GB RAM the phablet guarantees smooth Android 6.0.1 Marshamallow performance and undisturbed multitasking mode. Meanwhile, the Adreno 506 GPU will take care of graphics to the great delight of all those who like to play video games when on the go.
If you wondering how much space you have on your disposal, this Galaxy phone offers two storage options: 32GB and 64GB. Both variants boast microSD card slot accepting cards up to 256GB so you can be sure that you won’t suffer storage shortage. Housing a 5.7-inch AMOLED display, the device provides its users with Full HD viewing experience and really sharp, pro-like photos delivered by two 16MP rear and front cameras. Other than that the C7 Pro offers an advanced data protection thanks a fingerprint scanner embedded into a home button – a feature so far common rather for high-end devices than affordable ones. Don’t forget that all those features will be nothing without a 3,300 mAh battery that keeps the whole thing ticking all day round.
Speaking of the phone’s pricing and availability, the Galaxy C7 Pro is a China exclusive product at least at this point. So far the company didn’t confirmed whether they plan to introduce the device to the States. Available in rose pink, arctic blue and maple leaf gold the phablet is scheduled to become available for pre-order starting January 16th at the price of something round $400.