The Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro has now been spotted on the GFX Bench site.
The Galaxy C5 Pro was already cleared by the TENAA and the WFA or WiFi Alliance has already given it the Wi-Fi certification. It is rumored that the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro will be available on the stands from the 21st of January 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro runs on the Android 6.0.1 Samsung edition operating system. The smartphone has a display of 5.5 inches capacitive touchscreen, using the Super AMOLED technology and having a minimum support for five-finger gestures. The screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels. The chipset is a Qualcomm MSM8953, Snapdragon 625 with an Octa core, 2.0 GHz Cortex A53 and the graphics card is Qualcomm’s Adreno 506. The memory of the device is 3.5 GB and the internal storage is 53 GB. It also comes with a card slot for expanding memory up to a maximum of 256 GB.
The audio jack is 3.5 mm and it offers a network support for 2G, 3G and 4G LTE. The battery is a non-removable one, Lithium ion, powered at 3000 mAh.
As for the rear camera, it comes with a resolution of 15 MP and the video is FGD at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Other camera features include an auto focus feature, face detection and flash along with HDR photos and touch focus features.
The front camera has a resolution of 15 MP and a UHD 4K video with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Specs on TENAA
However, the specs revealed here are not entirely in tune with the ones revealed by TENAA. According to the latter, the display size is less at 5.2 inches. And again, it is also to be noted that GFXBench does not always get its display size right. As for the rest of the key specifications, including the 2.2 GHz CPU and the full HD screen display resolution as well as the 4GB and 64 GB memory specs, they are all the same as those revealed earlier by TENAA.
Earlier, the two handsets, the Galaxy C5 Pro and the Galaxy C7 Pro were both set for launch in December 2016. However, there was a delay and the release was pushed to January 2017. The new rumors come through a post in Weibo, claiming that the two devices will be up for grabs from the 21st January 2017 onwards.
The Galaxy C7 Pro has also been a lot in the news lately. It has also received the Wi-Fi Certification from the WFA, similar to the Galaxy C5 Pro. The Galaxy C7 Pro has also cleared the Chinese TENAA.
Earlier on in 2016, Samsung had launched its Galaxy C5 and the Galaxy C7. However, just a few months after these devices have been made official, Samsung is now releasing the Pro versions of both the Galaxy C5 and the Galaxy C7.