Samsung Galaxy C spotted on Geekbench 3

Recent benchmark test by Geekbench 3 revealed a new ‘Samsung Galaxy C’ series which might be introduced by Samsung in the near future.

The listing featured a smartphone with the model number SM-C5000 which is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 chipset. For the ones who haven’t heard of this chipset, SD617 consists of an octa-core CPU coupled with the Adreno 405 GPU. In addition to that, the benchmark test further reveals 4 GB of RAM and Android v6.0.1. Moreover, the test by Geekbench 3 showed a single-core score of 609 while the multi-core figure was 3147.

Needless to say, after the benchmark test, the smartphone might soon visit TENAA where further information regarding the camera and battery specifications will be outed.


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Note that a smartphone with identical model number was spotted on Zauba which is an Indian customs database. Zauba unveiled a smartphone with a model number SM-C5000 which features a 5.2 inch display. However other rumors suggest that another smartphone of the C series with a model number SM-7000 is also under development though no specifics have yet surfaced.  As you can see in the picture below, the smartphone has been mentioned with a per unit price of INR 13,625 ($205). So far Samsung has 5 alphabet named series – S, A, J, E, Z (which are arranged in descending order with respect to price). Apart from these, Samsung also has a Note series and an On series available in its lineup. The aforementioned price of the upcoming C-series lies just above the J5 which was released last year. Therefore is can be speculated that the series in question will carry smartphones which might be priced above J series but still remain cheaper than the A series. However, it should be kept in mind that the prices might be different when the smartphone is officially launched. Moreover, reports suggest that the C-series will mainly target customers residing in China, though we might also soon witness a launch in India.


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