Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro and Galaxy C5 Pro are two phones that many Sammy lovers are looking forward to their release in the coming days.
Both have been in the rumor mills for quite some time and in fact, a lot is already known about the two, but the South Korean tech giant has not gone public with any of the rumored details. Nonetheless, there seem to be a lot of truth in the speculations, especially when looking at the sources.
You are probably aware of the already released Samsung Galaxy C7 and C5. Well, there are lots of similarities between this pair and the upcoming pair, especially when it comes to the design language. But will you get both the Galaxy C7 Pro and Galaxy C5 Pro? Definitely not. To help you pick the best device for you, here’s a look at what the rumors have to say about these second-gen Galaxy C handsets.
For starters, Samsung will keep the Super AMOLED screen technology that is synonymous to its smartphones. If you love huge screens, Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro should be your choice thanks to its 5.7-inch display size compared to the 5.2 inches expected to feature on the Galaxy C5 Pro. As for the screen resolution, there is no difference between the two as both will feature a Full HD resolution.
Even though Android 7.1.1 Nougat is already rolling out, you will have to deal with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on these two phones. In terms of hardware, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is rumored to come with a Snapdragon 626 processor alongside an Adreno 506 GPU and a RAM of 6GB. As for the Galaxy C5 Pro, leaks can confirm that the phone will carry a slightly less powerful Snapdragon 625 SoC, but it will keep the same GPU and RAM.
Unlike the inaugural Galaxy C7 and C5 that came with 32GB storage as the base option, the Galaxy C7 Pro and its counterpart will carry 64GB as the base model alongside a premium model of 128GB. Buyers of these two phones will still be able to expand the storage via a microSD card.
If rumors are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro will pack 16MP sensors on both the front and rear cameras, but the Galaxy C5 Pro will have a smaller 8MP for selfies. You can expect features such as dual-tone LED flash, HDR, face detection and panorama, but there won’t be room for OIS and EIS. It is possible that Samsung could add a fingerprint scanner to both handsets, but this cannot be confirmed just yet.
Samsung will likely stick with non-removable batteries for both Galaxy C7 Pro and Galaxy C5 Pro units while at the same time throw in fast charging capabilities.