Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro gets certified by FCC

Samsung back in January introduced Galaxy C7 Pro in China. According to the new report, Galaxy C7 Pro is now headed to the US as it got certified by the FCC. The smartphone with the model number SM-C701F/DS was given the FCC certificate ID – A3LSMC701F.

The C Pro series aims at giving users premium specs with an affordable price pint and to date the devices in this series have impressed.  Galaxy C7 Pro features a 5.7 inch Full HD Super AMOLED display. Under the hood it features Qualcomm Snapdragon 626, paired with a 4GB RAM and  a 64 GB of native storage which can be extended.

The camera is the highlight of the device as a 16MP camera adorns both the front and the rear of the device. The smartphone runs Android Marshmallow but it is expected that it will get the Nougat update soon. The smartphone is powered by a 3,300mAh battery which is non-removable.

As the smartphone has gotten certified in US, it means that it will be hitting the shelves soon. Apart from that Galaxy C7 Pro will be arriving in rest of the global markets soon.

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