Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro To be Released on February 28?

A number of smartphones and other electronic gadgets are all set to hit the market in the month of February, thanks to one of the biggest events of the year the Mobile World Congress 2017 which is all set to take place in Barcelona on February 27 and go on until March 2. Samsung will be a part of the event, and it is believed that they will unveil the mid-range Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro as suggested by the leaked retail video of the smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro is expected to be launched February 28 as the retail video suggests

The Retail video of Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro that has surfaced from the Retail website of Samsung on its Retail Mode demo application has come up with a number of updated information that promises a sensational mid-range smartphone. It states that the handset is going to feature the exclusive Always-On-Display feature and have a 5.2-inch or 5.5-inch display screen supportive of full HD display.

Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro is believed to make an appearance on the market with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor coupled with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. However, this is not something that the video has revealed, and these are stated on the basis of previous speculations that are making rounds for quite a long while now. The rumor mills have predicted that the device is going to be backed up by a 3,000 mAh battery.

Also, it is estimated that the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro will sport a 16-megapixel camera on the back. The selfie snapper is also expected to be the highlighting feature of the device with a 16-megapixel camera lens. The phone is believed to make an appearance on the market with an Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system. But chances are there that an update of the device will be made available to the users at some point in time later on after the official release of the device on February 28.

Previously the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro received certification from various benchmarking websites like GFXBench, GeekBench, and TENAA. Of late it is reported that the smartphone from Samsung received WiFi certification from WiFi Alliance (WFA). So it is going to be a couple of weeks’ time before we come across the first release of the year from Samsung.

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