It was only a few days ago that Samsung’s upcoming mid-range devices were spotted at TENAA, China’s version of the FCC, and once these handsets had received certification it was only a matter of time that the company launched them officially. The Galaxy C is a new series of smartphones from Samsung, comprising of two models, the Galaxy C7, and Galaxy C5.

The Galaxy C7 has a 5.7 inch full HD AMOLED display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB RAM, up to 64GB of onboard storage, microSD support, 16 megapixel rear and 8 megapixel front camera, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and a 3,300mAh battery.

Most of the specs are similar, the Galaxy C5 only has a smaller 5.2 inch full HD display, Snapdragon 617 processor, the same amount of RAM, onboard storage, cameras, and software. It does have a smaller battery. Both handsets have a fingerprint sensor.

Samsung’s latest mid-range smartphones feature a full metal body and will be offered in gold, silver, grey and pink gold colors. Other features include QuickCharge 3.0 and 4G LTE connectivity.

The company has only launched these handsets in China for now and it hasn’t confirmed if the Galaxy C7 and Galaxy C5 will be making their way to other markets. Customers in China can pre-order the handsets today with prices starting at $330 for the Galaxy C5 and below $400 for the Galaxy C7.

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