Galaxy C5 Pro listed at TENAA as release draws closer

A TENAA listing of the Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro has turned up online. This news brings us hint on the release date of the smartphone, which was supposedly set to release alongside the Galaxy C7 Pro originally.

Though, we later learned that Galaxy C5 Pro release has been pushed to February 2017, and thus may not launch in January 2017 with the C7 Pro. Reports have it that this was done to mak sure Samsung didn’t have en empty period as regards new launches between January and April, when it plans to release the Galaxy S8.

The C5 Pro features mid to upper level specs. Sporting a full HD 5.2-inch sAMOLED display and packing in a Snapdragon 625, it looks just like any other decent mid range Samsung device out there. But what sets the C5 Pro apart from the rest of the bunch is the humongous 6GB of RAM packed inside it.

The bigger brother to the C5 Pro, the Galaxy C9 Pro, was quite the success with its top of the line specs. Samsung looks like its trying to expand the range of performance users it can get by offering more power devices with Galaxy C series.

The Galaxy C5 Pro is expected to release by February of 2017. In other Samsung news, the A series will see an addition with the Galaxy A7, which got its specs and other details leaked out.