Samsung Galaxy C5 passes through FCC

Samsung Galaxy C5 has recently get certified from the Chinese Regulatory Authority TENAA, showed its specs and pics. Now the the Galaxy C5 have got the certification from the FCC, having the model number of SM-C5000. The upgraded version for the device C7 has not net passed through any of the certification Authorities. But both of the devices are expected to unveil in China on May 26th.


FCC Certification document for Samsung Galaxy C5 confirms the battery pack juiced of 2,600mAh. According to TENAA details, unveiled earlier, the Samsung Galaxy C5 features a 5.2 inch, AMOLED FHD Display. The device is powered with Octa-Core Snapdragon 617 Soc under its hood clocked at 1.5GHz, paired with 4GB of RAM and in-built storage space of 32/64GB. The dedicated SD Slot supports upto 128GB of Memory Cards. The rear Camera is of 16MP and the front facing one is powered with an 8MP Sensor to give more experience on Selfie snaps.


As cleared, the Galaxy C5 will be juiced with 2,600mAh battery pack (should they rethink that whether it would be enough for power up the whole specs? ), runs Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on board. The 4G smartphone weighs at 153g and having a thickness of 6.7mm. Samsung adopts a variety design over C5, by providing Antenna Lines on both top and bottom in rear panel, shows somewhat resemblance towards some HTC devices.

Samsung will announce the rest of the details including availability and pricing on coming Thursday. Stay tuned !

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