Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro visits FCC, battery capacity revealed
We have been hearing a lot about the Pro version that Samsung is planning for their Galaxy C7 lately and less about the Pro version of the Galaxy C5 which is expected to launch the same time as its bigger brother and in latest news, the big brother has shown up again.
After getting its certification form TENAA in China and showing up on the company’s website where we got hinted at some of the specs to expect, the same unit has now visited the United States and has been to the office of the FCC also, revealing a rather important part of its features once more.
From the FCC listing, we got to know that this unit would be carrying a 3300mAh battery unit out of the box and other specs too were confirmed. Going on, we have gathered so far that the device is set to launch with a QUALCOMM snapdragon 626 chipsets out of the box and a 5.7-inch touchscreen supported by 1080p technology.
It doesn’t stop there as there is 4GB of RAM on board which is paired o an internal storage space of 64GB. We need not remind you that both the front and back camera units are set at 16MP apiece. For the software, it runs the Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box.
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