Samsung Galaxy C7 Passes TENAA Test, Release Date Imminent

Samsung Galaxy C7

Samsung Galaxy C7 has just been spotted on TENAA, a week after Samsung Galaxy C5 passed through the same channel.

While the Galaxy C5 has since then been launched, the fact that the Galaxy C7 has also passed through the same TENAA means that the phone’s release date is imminent. With the new report, we now have a detailed understanding of what really the C7 will come with, especially now that we know what the C5 is made of.

Rumors have been doing rounds that the South Korean company wants to introduce a new line of smartphones dubbed Samsung Galaxy C. While May 26 saw the launching of a new Samsung Galaxy C5, there was no room for a Galaxy C7 as earlier reports had pointed out. However, now that the phone has shown up on TENAA, there is no doubt that it will be here sooner than later. In fact, we might get to see the phone released alongside the Galaxy C5 when the latter goes on official sale during the first week of June.

According to the leaked TENAA listing, the new Samsung Galaxy C7 will include a Note-sized 5.7-inch Super AMOLED screen that features the same Full HD resolution as the one on the Galaxy C5. Under the hood, the phablet will include a mid-range Snapdragon 625 SoC, which is an octa-core processor.

Like the smaller C5, Samsung Galaxy C7 will also come with a flagship RAM of 4GB to ensure that you get the smoothest performances ever from a mid-range phone. To make things run even smoother, Samsung will go for the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. The phone will come with two storage options of 32GB for the base model and 64GB for the premium version.

Samsung Galaxy C7

With this difference in the storage capacity, expect the two options to be priced differently, with the top end version getting the higher price tag. Still, there is a way to go around this. Samsung Galaxy C7 supports expandable storage, which means you can get up to 128GB of extra storage on the 32GB variant via a microSD card and avoid taking the channel of the costlier 64GB variant. On the brighter side, the premium version also comes with a microSD card slot a similar capacity, which is even better for those who can afford to cough out the few extra dollars to get this variant over the base model.

Going further to the camera matters, Samsung Galaxy C7 will pack the same 16MP and 8MP snappers used on the Galaxy C5. The two units will both feature a decent aperture of f/1.9 and flash modules, which promise great photography even when in dim-lit environments. With the Galaxy C5 coming in with a 2600mAh battery capacity, we might see at least 3000mAh installed on the Galaxy C7. As for the pricing, it is only time that will tell but based on the price of the C5, the base model of the C7 might be valued close to $400.

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