Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro is set to continue Samsung’s use of all-metal designs in the midrange family, a new promotion video can confirm.
This video comes after images of the same Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro leaked earlier this year alongside a promotional poster. As it appears, Samsung should be closing in on the release of the C5 Pro after publishing a promotional video on Retail Samsung website via the Retail Mode demo application. The promo video gives out all the details of the design language of the C5 Pro, confirming the much rumored all-metal unibody design that features a 3-line split design for the antenna.
Like other “close-to-high-end” midrange phones that Samsung has been releasing in the recent past, the upcoming Galaxy C5 Pro will come with a 16MP sensor on the back as well as a similar sensor on the front for selfies. Unlike the flagship Galaxy S8, the C5 Pro will keep the physical home button on which a fingerprint scanner will be mounted.
Previous reports have indicated that Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro will ship with a 5.2-inch Super AMOLED display screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD). Unlike the Galaxy A 2017 lineup, there is no mention of the Always on Display. Under the hood, the C5 Pro will ship with a Snapdragon 626 SoC that is paired with a RAM of 4GB. The storage will be at 64GB, but of course, there will be room to expand it via a microSD card of up to 256GB.
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The Galaxy C5 has a 2600mAh battery unit with support for fast charging technology. While the latter feature is expected to be retained, the battery capacity of Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro could be upped to about 3000mAh. Expect Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to power the phone out of the box and as for the launch date, it could happen on February 28th. Reports coming from China say the phone could be priced at 2,499 RMB, which is about $363.
Check out the promo video below: