While we are yet to witness Samsung’s expertise gamble with “dual-camera” smartphones, we are getting news of quite a few devices that may sport such a setup. While our first and foremost bet is on the soon-to-be released Samsung Galaxy Note 8, reports about one in the Galaxy J7 are also pouring in. A few days back, a well-known Twitter based leakster revealed that the Galaxy C7 (2017) will be one of the few smartphones to arrive with a dual camera setup at its rear. That theory now seems to be a little bit true as the upcoming device was spotted on Chinese certification authority TENAA’s database.

Samsung was planning to reveal the 2017 variant of C7 later this year; there were a lot of rumors about the design and specifications, but then they were rumors. And now we have got a pretty decent view of the device in question. Even though the documentation does not reveal any notable device specification, but keeping in mind its predecessor from last year, it is expected to be a mid-range device. The only thing that we can be sure of looking at the images, is the much hyped dual camera sensors, with an LED flash and the company branding, placed in a vertical manner one below the other.

Rumors suggest that other than the camera, the upcoming Galaxy C7 might get a processor upgrade, while the other specifications might remain the same. The device is expected to be powered by SD660 chipset and might come in two variants of 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB RAM/ROM configurations. It is also rumored that the Galaxy C7 2017 might be the first Samsung device to be launched with Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 7872 processor.

As of now we don’t have any official release from Samsung related to the device’s specs, but assuming that C7 has already passed or will soon pass the TENAA certification, it would be safe to say that the device may soon be launched.