Samsung has taken chances with rushed production of devices in the past and that has come back to bite them in the back, the most pronounced one being on the case of the Note 7 and it seems that they have learnt from their mistake now. Normally, we were supposed to get both of the Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro this month but due to some delays, their release dates were further shifted forward.
In new reports, we might now have an idea as to the actual date when these units would launch. Coming in form of a post that originated on Chinese microblogging website, Weibo, we have now found out that the devices would start to sell from the 21st of January and beyond.
Just of recent, we saw the C7 Pro in the news again after it went to the Wi-Fi Alliance to get its certification, a report which comes after the device had already cleared the TENAA requirements.
As for the specs, the C7 Pro is expected to carry a 5.7-inch screen that has 1080p resolution and is powered by a QUALCOMM snapdragon 626 chipsets. In a camera-centric effort, it would have 16MP sensors on the front and back and also carry a 4GB/64GB configuration out of the box, not to mention the Marshmallow 6.0 on board.