The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 is building up slowly, but there is still time for Samsung to come in with other devices besides their flagships.
According to a new report coming from a Geekbench 3 benchmark test, it seems the South Korean tech giant is up to something. Following the introduction of a new series of smartphones in the shape of Galaxy A and Galaxy J series, the company is reportedly working on a new series dubbed Samsung Galaxy C.
In the tests, the device in question carries the model number SM-C5000 and based on the traditional naming of Samsung Galaxy smartphones, it is easy to suggest that this is a Galaxy C-series device. In the leaked Geekbench 3 tests, the said Samsung Galaxy C smartphone appears to be a mid-ranger with its octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor clocked at a speed of 1.5GHz. Further, the smartphone packs an Adreno 405 graphics processing unit as well as a massive RAM of 4GB. On storage matters, it is possible that Samsung will stock the device with 16GB and create room for adding a microSD card for extra storage.
This is not the first time leaks of a supposed Samsung Galaxy C are showing up. Last month, an Indian import-export tracking website known as Zauba reported that this device will be coming in with a screen size of 5.2 inches. As usual, we expect Samsung to stick with the Super AMOLED panels used in other models, but there is no word on what resolution the phone will pack.
What next for Samsung Galaxy C after the Geekbench 3 tests?
One will be asking what now happens to the Samsung Galaxy C-series device after showing up on Geekbench 3 benchmark tests. Well, the next stage is for the said phone to hit TENAA. This is where we will get to know more details about the alleged Samsung Galaxy C smartphone.
While there is nothing really much to tell about this rumored smartphone, what we know is that the device will be powered by the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The new Galaxy C series will be joining the line of Galaxy A and J series, but it remains to be seen how these devices will be differentiated.
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