Samsung Galaxy C5 passed through TENAA with 4GB of RAM
Lately, when we’ve seen a new or unannounced product line from Samsung, it’s been nothing to get too excited about. The C series has changed that, and the Samsung Galaxy C5 has rolled through TENAA with top notch specifications and a slick metal shell.
The Samsung Galaxy C series has been leaking for a while now, with the Samsung Galaxy C7 showing up on the benchmark listings back in April. The Samsung Galaxy C5 has also been benchmarked, and we even got a quick glimpse of the smartphone in the wild just last week. Now that the handset has cleared certification in China, we’re going to take a final look at the Samsung Galaxy C5 specifications so you’ll be able to make an informed decision when release date rolls around.
According to the TENAA listing, the Samsung Galaxy C5 is going to be of average size with measurements of 145.9mm x 72mm x 6.7mm. The metal chassis will protect a 5.2-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 otherwise known as FHD. The chip powering the show will be the popular Snapdragon 617, and you’ll find 4GB of RAM and your choice of 32GB or 64GB of storage under the hood as well.
Connectivity options for the Samsung Galaxy C5 will include dual-band Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 4.1, and 4G LTE. As is the case with most of Sammy’s nicer devices, you will also get a fingerprint sensor. The front-facing camera is larger than average at 8MP while the rear camera is a more than sufficient 16MP sensor with a dual-tone LED flash. The Samsung Galaxy C5 will run Android 6.0 out of the box with the usual amount of bloatware and will draw its power from a 2,600mAh battery.
Samsung should show off the Samsung Galaxy C5 and the Samsung Galaxy C7 next week at an event on May 26 in China. The Samsung Galaxy C5 has a rumored price tag of around 1,599 Yuan or â‚¬218/$244 and is expected to hit other regions soon after its initial launch.