If yours is the C range of Samsung, really you want to discover the features and specifications of the new Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017). We are facing the new South Korean device which we have obtained their characteristics by filtration, after being certified by TENAA in China.
What we know so far and we will detail below, is that we have 5.5 – inch 1080p on a Super AMOLED screen. Also a unibody body, great design and dual rear chamber 13 and 5 MP and front of 16 MP with LED flash.
In addition, it bets on the fingerprint sensor in the start button itself and has a battery that is small, 2850 mAh , but that could be enough to withstand the day, but it would not make any sense to lower the 3300 mAh. Optimization will of course be much better.
Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017): Features
As for the specifications of the new C7 of 2017 detailed, are the following. As we say, they are a rumor but point to the end.
- Full HD 2.5D 5.5 inch screen (1920 × 1080 pixel resolution).
- 8-core processor at 2.39GHz.
- 3 GB RAM | 4 GB of RAM with 64 GB.
- 32 GB storage | 64 GB of storage.
- Expandable memory up to 256 GB through the micro SD card.
- Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
- Dual 13MP + 5MP rear cameras with dual LED flash.
- 16MP front camera with LED flash.
- Fingerprint sensor and dual SIM.
- Dimensions: 152,4 × 74,7 × 7,9 mm.
- Weight: 178 g.
- Connectivity: 4G, GPS, NFC, USB Type-C.
- 2850mAh battery with fast charge.
They are specifications for the Galaxy C7 2017 that have no waste. And if this goes on, it would indicate that we would have two versions to choose from, such as the simplest version of 3 GB of RAM with 32 GB of storage and the top, with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. With this mid-high-end smartphone we will not have performance problems.
We also know that we will have it available in gold and black.
Samsung Galaxy C7 (2017): launch and price
Price and release for now is an unknown. Nevertheless, the rumors indicate that it would be released for the month of September – October . The price could be around 300-400 euros. We’ll see.