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Galaxy A9 Pro Gets Certified In China, 4GB Of RAM In Tow

February 23, 2016 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Samsung has introduced the company’s newest flagship devices two days ago in Barcelona. The two smartphones Samsung announced are the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. We’ve pushed out tons of content when it comes to both fo these devices, and it’s time to take a short break from them, and talk about something else Samsung-related. Now, you might recall that the Galaxy A9 Pro has surfaced in the past, and was rumored to be on its way to China, well, it turns out that info was accurate, read on.

The ‘Galaxy A’ line of devices is actually Samsung’s mid-range line, even though some of these devices sport really interesting specs. Let’s take the Galaxy A9 for an example, this smartphone is made out of metal, and its side bezels are extremely thin. The phone ships with a 1080p display, 3GB of RAM and is powered by the Snapdragon 652 SoC. This is more than a decent hardware, and if the phone sported a higher-end SoC, we might even say it’s a high-end device. Anyhow, this phone has launched back in December, and it is available since last month. That being said, the Galaxy A9 Pro variant is said to be on the way to not only China, but India as well. This handset surfaced on Zauba a while back, which suggests both countries will get it in the end.

Well, a new report surfaced, it seems like the Galaxy A9 Pro has been certified in China, at least according to the leaked network certification documents. This pretty much means that this handset might land in China in a couple of weeks, and we’re sure India will follow soon after. Now, according to GFXBench, the Galaxy A9 Pro will feature a 5.5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) display, along with 4GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel rear-facing shooter. The phone will be fueled by one of QUalcomm’s mid-range 6XX chips, perhaps even the Snapdragon 620. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow will come pre-installed on the Galaxy A9 Pro, and the device will pack in 32GB of internal storage on the inside. Either way, we’ll let report back as soon as new info surfaces.