Samsung, the leading South Korean Smartphone manufacturer had lately launched the powerful Galaxy Note 7 in India while huge rumor was going on around mentioning the forthcoming Smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. Finally all speculations have come to an end and the forthcoming mid-range phablet of Samsung is supposed to hit the Indian market the following month. Best part of this upcoming Smartphone is the 5,000mAh battery which will make your Smartphone experience the best and durable.
This report has been published by Fone Arena, the leading Tech web portal in the globe. The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be a part of the “Galaxy A” Series devices and will be made available in the market at a price tag of Rs. 35,000 ($520). The Smartphone is yet to release in India, but some inner sources confirm that a firmware is already being developed for the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. However, details on the firmware is not known yet. It will be known post the Smartphone is launched and the firmware is pushed for update.
Now let’s move to have a glimpse on the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. The Smartphone boasts of a 6 inch full HD Super AMOLED 2.5D curved display and is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon 652 octa-core processor, supported with an Adreno 510 GPU. The Smartphone features 4GB of RAM with 32 GB of built-in memory which can further be expanded using a microSD. Besides, you will find a 16MP primary and 8MP secondary camera incorporated on the device which are too good for capturing the best moments of your life.
Finally, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is secured with a finger print scanner which is embedded at the back of the Smartphone to prevent unauthorized access. The device also is supported by the hybrid SIM factor which will act a slot for both a SIM and a microSD. The Smartphone is in news to get released in three color variants i.e. Gold, Pink and White and pre-order for the Smartphone is supposed to start someday in the next week.
However, we don’t have the exact release date of the device, but will update as soon as we get details. So, keep visiting TechGipsy