The floating camera button in Galaxy C7 Pro enables users to take the best shots at ease with single hand.
Samsung India is gearing up to launch a new smartphone at an event in Delhi on Friday.
Galaxy C7 Pro can only be acquired in the 64GB of internal storage mode. The device will be available in three color navy blue and gold. Samsung Securities Co., a financial arm of Samsung, forecast 45 million phones being sold overall.
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According to market observers, gains could have been higher had it not been for the monetary policy to be announced tomorrow. HDFC Securities said, "Indian equity markets are likely to open on a flat to negative note following Asian cues".
With this in mind, there is a good chance that Samsung would finally roll out a stunning 4K Galaxy S smartphone for its 2018 flagship. There's no doubt this is an impressive screen. Inside, the Indian variant of the Galaxy C7 Pro comes with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 626 SoC clocked in at 2.2GHz, instead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 as seen on the Chinese variant. I've yet to put the Galaxy C7 Pro fully through its paces, but I have no complaints when it comes to performance. On the software front, the Galaxy C7 Pro runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out-of-the-box with a Samsung, TouchWiz UI on the top. Samsung has stopped adding a lot of the bloatware found on the company's previous smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 hits the stores this April 28. You'll also find a folder of Microsoft apps, including Word and Skype.
The rear camera is further adorned with a dual LED flash and phase detection autofocus (PDAF) having an f/1.9 aperture. In addition, the detailed image goes into displays, battery lives, charging capabilities, cameras, new additional features, Memory capabilities etc.
It's been a year of dual-camera setups on the rear end. Moreover, the phone is water resistant and also supports wireless charging. The manufacturer says that the 4,000mAh battery can last between one and two days. Currently, rumors are high that the South Korean tech giant would be debuting its first 4K device this year, in the form of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
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