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Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro Available in India

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro

Last week, Samsung launched its new Galaxy C7 Pro smartphone in India. Those interested in a new device can buy it on Amazon India for about Rs 27,990. The phone is available in two colors, Gold and Navy Blue, and the company described it as being the slimmer and smaller version of the Galaxy C9 Pro phablet.

Galaxy C7 Pro available on Amazon India

One interesting option buyers have is the possibility to receive about Rs 2,000 from Amazon India if they choose to pay with a credit card with EMI when acquiring the new smartphone. Only those with credit cards from certain banks can get the cashback from Amazon. Among them are Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank or ICICI Bank. There is also another offer from the Yatra app for the Samsung Galaxy C7 buyers. They will get offers on domestic flights and hotels worth Rs 3,000. So, it seems like the company though of a rather smart strategy to make people in India buy this new smartphone.

As for the phone’s looks and specifications, the Galaxy C7 Pro sports an ultra-slim body and an all-metal design. It also comes with a 2.5D curved glass coating and a 16-megapixel front and rear camera. It is not much, but people should keep in mind that it is not the company’s flagship phone, not even close. Also, both cameras can record full-HD videos and have a dual LED flash. The phone runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Moreover, it is reportedly a dual-SIM device. It even has a fingerprint sensor placed on its home button. It will also support the upcoming Samsung Pay support.

A pretty good device

The Samsung C7 Pro comes with a Super AMOLED 2.5D Curved Glass display. The 2.2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 626 SoC processor is the one powering the device. It also reportedly has 4GB of RAM. The phone’s storage can be extended up to 256GB from just 64GB, thanks to a microSD card slot. It has the Bluetooth v4.2, an USB Type-C cable which people can use to charge the device, and also an audio jack. All in all, it seems like Samsung is slowly introducing its devices to the emerging markets too, helping people there stay connected to the world and have access to everything that is going on right now.

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