Samsung has launched the Galaxy C7 Pro (SM-C7010), a successor smartphone to Galaxy C7 in India, that too exclusively available through Amazon.in starting April 11th. More details on the new Galaxy C series is up right after this jump.
First and foremost, the Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro went official in China earlier this year and today hits the market in India. One of the biggest change you will find with the Galaxy C7 refresh would essentially be its slim, premium metal design. Here are our first impressions to check out right now if anyone wanting to buy Galaxy C7 Pro.
As mentioned above, the new Galaxy C7 Pro noticeably borrows elements from both, the C7 as well as the recently available Galaxy C9 Pro. At 7mm thick, the Galaxy C7 Pro is marginally thicker than the C7, but still fits in the slimmer models segment in the mobile market today.
The meta wraps smoothly around the sides of Galaxy C7 Pro, which comes in two vibrant color options; Gold and Navy Blue. While the back of the smartphone has stripped antenna lines on top and bottom, the volume buttons are on the left whereas the power button is on its right. Along with a hybrid dual-SIM tray, the bottom is fitted with a USB Type-C port with a speaker grille to its right and a 3.5mm audio jack to its left. It only weighs at 172 grams when we take care of its dimensions, it doesn’t actually feel very heavy,
Samsung Galaxy S7 Pro Specifications
Moving on to the display, the Galaxy C7 Pro features a 5.7-inch 1080p Super AMOLED screen with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4 protection, which mainly seems just about perfect for its price-tag. Samsung, is well-known for its screens sharp and vivid colors, and it does implemented the same into the newly launched Galaxy C7 Pro Indian variant. The display is bright and holds up pretty well under sunlight, but again, you will get some amount of reflection, though.
Unfortunately, the Galaxy C7 Pro runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow rather than Nougat, but upgraded to 7.1.x in the near future. The status of the CPU on Galaxy C7 Pro, is powered by a 2.2GHz Octa-Core Snapdragon 626 SoC paired with 4GB of RAM, 64 gigs of internal storage which is further expandable. In a brief review, Galaxy C7 Pro seemed there to be no lags and the interface is fluid enough to the ouch. Apps opened quickly, and multitasking it brings with an ease as one would expect from a new premium device.
On the photography department, you will find Galaxy C7 Pro camera equipped with 16-megapixel rear sensor and has f/1.9 aperture, which is another point to make a note that comes straight from the C9 Pro. The camera on the back of Galaxy C7 Pro is capable of recording full HD videos at 30fps. There’s still a dual LED flash on the back that should help in low-light conditions. Other features include Phase Detection Auto-Focus (PDAF), a floating camera button, and beautifying effects. For selfies, the Galaxy C7 Pro uses the same 16MP camera sensor on its front side with f/1.9 aperture.
Now, the battery package on the Galaxy C7 Pro is of 3300mAh unit with support for fast charging that lets you charge the phone from 0 to 100% in 100 minutes.
Priced at Rs. 27,990 ($435) the new Galaxy C7 Pro will be competing with the likes of the Vivo V5 Plus, OnePlus 3T and OPPO F3 Plus currently. All-in-all, the performance, build quality, camera setup and battery life is pretty good with Galaxy C7 Pro hands-on. It’s your turn to grab it.
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