Jan 09, 2017 09:24 AM EST
Galaxy C9 Pro, C7 Pro Updates: Samsung Phones Reportedly Prepared for Global Launch alongside Tab S3
Galaxy C9 Pro and C7 Pro have been leaked a few times this year and the latest report suggests January release date for both handsets along with Samsung's long-awaited tablet, Galaxy Tab S3.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Latest Leaks
A recent report from GSM Arena suggests that the Galaxy C9 Pro will be available outside China. There are a few Asian countries being mentioned, including Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Vietnam and Malaysia. However, there is no further detail about the release timeframe.
Galaxy C9 Pro is reported to have 4000 mAh battery and 6 GB RAM on board. The AMOLED display will also be sporting fingerprint sensor. Other components include NFC, and USB type C port.
Galaxy C7 Pro Latest Leaks
Galaxy C7 Pro image was spotted a few days ago sporting a premium gold color. As the leak shows the handset from all angles, it looks like Galaxy C7 Pro will have a thinner design. Softpedia adds a few details about the handset, stating that the phone will pack 3300 mAh battery and arrive with Android Marshmallow pre-installed. In addition to that, C7 Pro will have 4GB RAM in tow and 64 GB internal storage. The optics get 16 MP sensors for both, front and back panels.
When C7 Pro is priced at around $404 in China and it is expected to have a similar pricepoint when launched globally.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro launching in India, Malaysia and other Asian countries soon https://t.co/EECOEzoZkn— SamMobile (@SamMobiles) January 6, 2017
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro and C7 Pro Release Date
The international variant of these two flagships are rumored to be introduced on Jan. 27. It is expected to have a simultaneous release with the two models of Galaxy Tab S3 as the tablet has just received Wi-Fi certification, as per report from Android Headlines.
Whether the gadgets will be launched in January or MWC 2017 in February, everything remains to be seen.
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