Samsung is reportedly planning to release 128GB variants of its new Galaxy C Pro lineup consisting of the Galaxy C5 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, and the Galaxy C9 Pro. The existence of those devices was recently uncovered by several Asian media outlets after 128GB models of the handsets were certified by Chinese agency TENAA. All three filings pertaining to the new devices reveal that the upcoming Galaxy C5 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, and the Galaxy C9 Pro will feature specs that are identical to those of their predecessors, with the exception of their internal storage. The Galaxy C7 Pro and the Galaxy C9 Pro were released in India earlier this year with 64GB of storage space, while the Galaxy C5 Pro was previously made available in China with the same amount of memory.
While the devices have yet to make their way to other markets, it seems that Samsung is already preparing to release their updated models, and the fact that all three have now been certified by TENAA suggests they'll launch in China at some point in the future. There's still no information on when exactly that launch might happen, but Samsung will likely announce the new models shortly as the company is currently in the process of trying to win back some market share it lost in China in recent years, so an affordable line of devices with 4GB to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory might be an effective way of doing so.
The Galaxy C5 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, and the Galaxy C9 Pro were already certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) earlier this year, indicating they'll be launching in the United States in the coming months. While it's currently unclear whether U.S. consumers will be able to buy the variants featuring 128GB of storage space or not, the latter might be a likelier scenario, at least if the upcoming Galaxy S8 Plus is any indication of Samsung's device availability plans. For the time being, the model of the company's upcoming 6.2-inch flagship with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space will only be available in China and South Korea, markets where Samsung isn't nearly as dominant as it is in the United States and Europe, so the company might opt for a similar strategy with the Galaxy C Pro (2017) lineup.