Samsung is working on Galaxy C smartphone line

Samsung is working on Galaxy C smartphone line

At least two new Samsung smartphones have been spotted in online databases and while this is not that much of a surprise, given that the Korean company releases handsets almost on a daily basis, the two newcomers have an interesting feature that comes with them – they belong to a yet unannounced smartphone line called Galaxy C!

The smartphones carry the SM-C5000 and SM-C7000 code names. Sadly there are no technical details on them just yet except that they SM-C5000 model has a 5.2-inch display. Given what Samsung has done in the past we have the feeling that the Galaxy C line will include mid-range models with decent specs. The SM-C5000 model will likely carry the Galaxy C5 product name, and the fact that there’s a SM-C7000 model makes us think that the supposed Galaxy C5 will be followed by a C7 model and perhaps later by a C3 version.

It appears that the Galaxy C line will target China first but this does not mean that the line will be sold in China only. In any case we will soon see the new Galaxy C smartphone line-up – the only question that remains is when?

Source: Sammobile.com

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