Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro receives certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, bound for release next year
After making TENAA its first stop and satisfying the conditions required for entering the Chinese markets, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro has now received its certification from the Wi-Fi alliance as we expect it to launch soon. Expected to be launched sometimes in the month of January, we now know that this would be true since the OEM is doing everything to make sure that it has the right paperwork before the next year rolls in.
Going on the specs, we have found out so far that the Galaxy C7 Pro would be powered by the QUALCOMM snapdragon 626 chipsets and carry a big 5.7 inch of screen supported on the 1080p technology. For the RAM, there is a 4GB allocation already and this would be paired to an internal storage space of 64GB.
On the back is a camera sensor rated at 16MP and like unit is present on the front of the device too, making it a sort of selfie-centric effort. Finally, it would run the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box.
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