Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro Images leak

The yet-to-be released Galaxy C5 Pro, which has made its appearance on various certification sites (Geekbench, TENAA, WiFi) has once again been the target of a new leak. This time live images of the upcoming Galaxy phone have appeared online throwing ample light on how the device will look like.

Coming from the Twitter handle of notorious tipster who goes by the moniker of @mmdj_china on the social media site, the images show both sides of Galaxy C5 Pro. Further, the images give us a hint that Samsung will launch the phone in not one but three color options- blue, pink and gold. Undoubtedly, all look equally impressive.

The front of the C5 Pro reveals a selfie camera at the top bezel and the home button at the bottom bezel which should have the fingerprint scanner embedded on it. The back side carries a camera at the top center with the LED flash sitting beside it.

The Galaxy C5 Pro, as per past leaks, will sport a 5.5-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 626 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The cameras on board will be of 16MP resolution each. It will be shipped with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box with the update to Nougat expected to hit the device in the coming months.

Read: Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus full specifications / Galaxy S8 key features

By the looks of it, it should come in the mid-range category with another price leak revealing that 64GB variant of C5 Pro will cost 2,499 RMB.

Something which caught our attention is that Samsung launched the Galaxy C9 Pro last year followed by release of Galaxy C7 Pro in January this year. But the Korean company intentionally stalled the Galaxy C5 Pro for a later time keeping it as a filler to bridge the time gap between C7 Pro January release and Galaxy S8 March 29th launch. Therefore, it would be pretty safe to guess that the C5 Pro launch will happen anytime now.

via Twitter

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