Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Jesi Max

Android 6.0.1-Running Samsung Galaxy C5 To Launch In A Few Days?

Samsung's work on its newest smartphone, the Galaxy C5, will come to fruition this week. The device is expected to finally launch in China on Thursday, May 26.


After being spotted in TENAA renders, the newest addition to Samsung's C series will be introduced to the Chinese market this week, alongside its big sister, the Galaxy C7.

The Galaxy C5 will rock a 5.2-inch Full HD display, while the C7 will sport a 5.7-inch Full HD display, as per MakTechBlog.

The C5, which is expected to be just 6.7mm thick, will run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. It will come with 4GB of RAM and either a 32GB or a 64GB variant of internal memory.

For a mid-ranger, the C5 packs in hefty processing power with its Octa-Core Snapdragon 617 chipset that's clocked at 1.5 GHz. It's graphics processor is an Andreno 405 chipset that's clocked at 1.2 GHz. 

The smartphone also boasts of a 150Mbps LTE connectivity, aside from its 3G, 2G, WiFi, GPS connectivity.

Its camera system is composed of a 16MP back camera with dual LED flash and an 8MP front-facing snapper.

The Android device will come with dual-SIM functionality and a decent 2,600 mAh battery.

There are still no details on the international availability of the C5 and whether or not the device will only be exclusive to the Chinese market, according to GSMArena.

However, some tech sites are hopeful that the new Galaxy mid-ranger will also be available in the U.S. market. Nashville Chatter stated that the smartphone can be expected to arrive in the U.S. a few weeks after its launch in China.

Meanwhile, Tech Times claimed that the C5 will surely hit the U.S. market soon, since it has already been green-lighted under the model number SM-C5000.

The Samsung Galaxy C5 will be sold for 1,599 Yuan in the Chinese market. Converted to U.S. dollar, the smartphone could cost $245 when it arrives in the U.S.

Jesi Max

About Jesi Max -

A writer and entrepreneur who works on the marketing and strategy side of fashion. In particular, her writing and professional work focuses on the art of narrative marketing and branding as it applies to fashion and luxury. She also is the author of TheStyleClash.com, a new blog that looks at fashion from an intellectual perspective.

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