Mystery Galaxy C7 spotted on AnTuTu, no-compromise midranger?

Mystery Galaxy C7 spotted on AnTuTu, no-compromise midranger?
An AnTuTu benchmark screenshot of a mysterious new Samsung handset popped up on Chinese social media Weibo. The device is allegedly called the Galaxy C7, code name SM-C7000, and seems to be of the upper-midrange variety.

According to the information provided, the new Sammy handset will tote a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, 4 GB of RAM under the hood, and a 1080x1920 pixel resolution display up front. Its cameras are pegged as a 16 MP main shooter, and 8 MP selfie snapper, internal storage has 32 GB of space, and, of course, its software runs on top of the latest build of Android – 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

This looks like a handset that would fit right between the midrange Galaxy A7 and flagship Galaxy S7 on Samsung's tier tree. We would assume that it will also be dressed in shiny metal and glass materials. At first look, it could be a great choice for those that don't care much about QHD (1440 x 2560) resolution on their phone and would rather grab a fairly high-class handset from Samsung at a lower price point than what the S7 goes for. According to the screenshots, the device got 60140 points — that's not too bad – it's tailing last year's Galaxy S6 by a bit.

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