Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro shows up on Geekbench – 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 625

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro

Samsung released the Galaxy C5 and C7 in May last year. Initially, these phones to remain exclusive to the Chinese market, but they have slowly been finding their way to other markets.

The Galaxy C series is still young and it is probably why Samsung chose the highly competitive Chinese market for test purposes. Now that the phone seems to be grabbing highlights, the tech giant has slowly been expanding this product line and not so long ago, a new Galaxy C9 Pro joined the party. Samsung has also secretly launched the Galaxy C7 Pro and as it appears, the launch date of the Galaxy C5 Pro is not so far away.

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro has already passed through all possible certification bodies that it’s expected to, be it the FCC, TENAA or Wi-Fi Alliance. Over two weeks ago, it surfaced on benchmarking website GFXBench and back then, quite a number of specs and features were revealed. These features matched what had been gathered before and apparently, they still match the latest revelations from another benchmarking website Geekbench.

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro

The site reveals a Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro phone that has model number SM-C5010 and is powered by a Snapdragon 625 SoC. This is paired with a RAM of 4GB and you get Android Marshmallow out of the box, just like it has said before. Other features of the upcoming Galaxy C5 Pro include a metallic unibody that covers a 5.2-inch Full HD screen, 64GB of expandable storage and a 3000mAh battery. Like the Galaxy C7 Pro and C9 Pro, this phone will also ship with 16MP lenses on the front and back cameras, but of course, the primary camera will be more powerful than its counterpart.

From the Geekbench listing, the tested Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro model managed a single-core score of just 896, but this slightly improved when it came to the multi-core score, which is 4276. Mark you, these are just unofficial tests for these devices, which means anything could change when the final device is out. Keep following us and we’ll let you know when this phone goes official.

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