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


Samsung has released quite a few 'Galaxy A' smartphones last year. The company has introduced the second-gen Galaxy A3, A5 and A7 handsets back in December, and the Galaxy A9 was introduced later that month as well. That being said, the Galaxy A9 Pro rumors started popping up prior to the Mobile World Congress this year. This handset has been certified in China, listed on AnTuTu, tested in India, and also certified by Bluetooth SIG. On top of all that, another Galaxy A9 Pro listing has surfaced in China, read on.

This device has received its network certification in China last month, and the phone has just popped up on TENAA (China's equivalent to the FCC) as well. As you probably already know, TENAA is more or less the last step handsets make before companies announce them, so you can expect Samsung to officially introduce this smartphone rather soon. TENAA's listing actually shared Galaxy A9 Pro's images, and the device looks identical to the Galaxy A9, which was expected. The Galaxy A9 Pro will, according to TENAA, ship with a 6-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) Super AMOLED display. The device will also pack in 4GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable internal storage. This phablet will be fueled by the Snapdragon 652 64-bit octa-core SoC, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow will ship out of the box here with Samsung's TouchWiz UI on top of it. The 16-megapixel snapper will be placed on the front of this smartphone, and an 8-megapixel shooter will be available up front.


The Galaxy A9 Pro will measure 161.7 x 80.9 x 7.9mm, while it will weight 210 grams. The device will be available in Black, Gold and White color options, at least according to TENAA. If you take a look at the gallery down below, you'll get to see the Gold variant of this phablet, and as you can see, it looks identical to the Galaxy A9. That is pretty much it, this device will launch in China first, and it remains to be seen if Samsung intends on releasing it in other markets, stay tuned, we'll report back soon.

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