The release of Samsung Galaxy C Pro series has been quite chaotic. It all begun with the release of Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro in China back in 2016, but the phone recently made its way to India and other parts of Asia.
Not so long ago, Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro were made official in China, but the rest of the world has yet to set their eyes on the duo. Like the Galaxy C9 Pro, it is expected that the South Korean tech company will also unveil these two in other markets. Well, it appears that this is happening as both Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C9 Pro have made stops at the FCC.
Making a stop by the FCC is a confirmation that the two phones are headed to the U.S. and in fact, it shouldn’t be long before they are launched. It was initially thought that the Galaxy C series was meant for the Chinese market, but it seems Samsung has had a change in mind. These two come in to join the Galaxy C7 Pro, which went through the same procedure back in December 2016.
According to GSM Arena, Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro will come with model number SM-C5010 while the Galaxy C9 Pro will ship with model number SM-C900F. In terms of specs, the former will come in with a 5.5-inch Full HD display screen, a Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB RAM, 16MP+16MP back and front cameras as well as a 3000mAh battery.
As for the Galaxy C9 Pro, you get an even larger 6-inch Full HD screen, a Snapdragon 653 processor, 6GB RAM, 16MP+16MP back and front cameras, stereo speakers, USB-C and a bigger battery unit of 4000mAh. Both phones come with support for fast charging technology, a fingerprint scanner, and Android Marshmallow out of the box.