Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is rated at Rs. 27,990 and the smartphone consists of a slim metal body.
Samsung’s Galaxy C7 Pro had gone official in China previously this year and it has been currently launched in India rated at Rs. 27,990. It will be accessible entirely on Amazon India from 11th of April. The smartphone is basically an upgrade over past year’s Galaxy C7, and its biggest highlight is its slim, quality metal design. We have got some hands-on time with Galaxy C7 Pro at Samsung’s official launch occasion, and here are some of our first impressions.
Samsung in new years has vexed to deliver phones with metal bodies and well-rounded stipulations at each price level. The Galaxy C7 Pro prominently borrows fundamentals from both, the older Galaxy C7, as well as the newly launched Galaxy C9 Pro. As good as metal body looks; there isn’t anything totally new to crow about. At 7mm, this mobile is slightly thicker than the Galaxy C7, but is quiet one of the slimmer replicas in the market currently.
The Galaxy C7 Pro originates in two vibrant color choices, Gold and Navy Blue. Both look gorgeous and this is one of the few means in which this model is distinguished from the Galaxy C9 Pro. The metal cloaks smoothly around the edges, and the back has barred antenna lines on both the top and bottom. The volume buttons are on the left-hand side while the power button is on the right side, along with a hybrid dual-SIM platter. On the bottommost, you’ll find out a USB Type-C port with a speaker lattice to its right side and a 3.5mm jack to its left side. The smartphone fits so well in the hand, and at 172 grams, it won’t feel so heavy.
Moving on to the display screen, the Galaxy C7 Pro consists of a 5.7-inch 1080p Super Amoled display with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4. Samsung is well-known for its screens’ shrill and vivid colors, and this one doesn’t upset us. The display is bright and clasps up well below sunlight, but you will get a certain amount of reflection.
The Galaxy C7 Pro gloomily runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, not on Nougat. The device is driven by a 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 626 SoC paired with 4GB RAM. There appeared to be no lags and the interface was liquid to the touch. Apps opened rapidly, and multitasking was as simple as one would anticipate with a new quality device.
It has 16-megapixel sensors for its front and back cameras. Both also have f/1.9 openings. The cameras are well-capable of recording Complete HD videos at 30 frames in a second. There is a double LED flash on the rear, which should aid in low-light circumstances. Other features comprise Phase-Detection Auto-Focus, a floating camera button, and cosmetic effects.
Samsung has tailored the Galaxy C7 Pro with a 3300mAh battery. There is 64GB of inherent storage, which is stretchy up to 256GB through a microSD card
Rated at Rs. 27,990 the new Galaxy C7 Pro will be challenging against the likes of the Vivo V5 Plus, Oppo F3 Plus and OnePlus 3T.