Rumored Galaxy A9 Images Leak & Suggest Rotating Camera


Samsung does have a number of devices on the go at any one time. Likewise, there is always a Samsung device rumored to be on the way. One of those which has been rumored to be coming, is another addition to the Galaxy range, the Samsung Galaxy A9. This was a device which was first reported on back towards the end of September, however, few details were known about the device at the time. Although, since then, the Galaxy A9 was spotted being listed on AnTuTu with the model number SM-A900. The AnTuTu listing did provide some details on the specs, although, they were not full details with a number of aspects missing.

Well, it now seems that the Galaxy A9 may have been spotted in real life, as images are now surfacing of a device which is said to be the Galaxy A9. As you can see from the images, this one does come with a Samsung Galaxy A9 retail box which is the biggest indicator that this is the Galaxy A9. Although caution is always best to be taken with any leaked images which come through. Caution aside though, what makes these images so interesting is that it seems the Galaxy A9 might be coming with a rotatable camera. The images do clearly show what is a movable camera at the top of the device which can rotate between the front and back. It is worth pointing out that the AnTuTu listing did not provide any camera details and as a result, with the absence of any camera spec-related information coming through (more specifcially, a difference in MP count between the front and back cameras), it is entirely possible that the Galaxy A9 will come sporting a rotatable camera. You can check out the rest of the images including a close-up of the camera in the gallery below.


In terms of the specs, the Galaxy A9 is rumored to come sporting a 5.5-inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. Inside, it is said the Galaxy A9 will come equipped with 3GB RAM and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor. According to the AnTuTu information, the Galaxy A9 will also come with 32GB internal storage and will come running on Android 5.1.1.

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