South Korean smartphone producing giants, Samsung, are gearing to launch a C-series line of smartphones soon (starting with the Samsung Galaxy C7) going by recent reports.
Days earlier, the Samsung Galaxy C5 (SM-C5000) surfaced in Geekbench listing bearing Snapdragon 617 chipset and 4GB of RAM.
A new Samsung Galaxy C-series, has surfaced online, this time around on AnTuTu, with the code name SM-C7000.
The Samsung Galaxy C-Series smartphones are expected to come with a metal body, but images are yet to be released.
The AnTuTu listing gives a peak into what’s expected of the device, referred to as the Samsung Galaxy C7, in terms of basic features and specs.
The listing only mentions that it will come with a 1080p display, which could be a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED panel like the A7 (2016).
These are chances for the Samsung Galaxy C7 to come with a fingerprint scanner according to the listing.
Samsung Galaxy C7 will have support for Quick charging, but no details about the battery capacity was listed. The device will be powered by an octa-Core Snapdragon 625 14nm processor with an unspecified speed.
This will be supported by an Adreno 506 GPU for graphics rendering. In addition to this, the Galaxy C7 will sport 4GB RAM just like the Galaxy C5.
This engine specs is expected to offer an all-round multitasking performance, which is probably what Samsung is aiming at.
In terms of storage capabilities, the device has 32GB of internal storage which is expandable via a microSD card- that’s if the 32GB isn’t enough and users need more space for storing files and applications.
There’s also an impressive 16MP rear camera with LED flash on the Samsung Galaxy phone which is supported by an 8MP front camera.
Apart from all these, the Samsung Galaxy C7 will run on the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and will have 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v 4.1 and GPS as connectivity options.
In all, the smartphone scored 60140 points on the AnTuTu 6 benchmark. It is expected to be announced soon, most probably in the next coming weeks.