Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro recently appeared at the AnTuTu test center, revealing specifications of the 6-inch phablet. The device is the latest addition to the lineup under the Galaxy A series.
Earlier this month, the device was spotted on GFXBench and was listed as model number SM-A9100. Its recent appearance at the AnTuTu benchmark is a clear indication of the kind of hardware and software expected on the device.
It is evident from the latest AnTuTu benchmarks listings that the alleged Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is an improvised version of the Galaxy A9, which has impressive features. The Galaxy A9 is packed with a 6-inch screen, 13MP rear camera, 3GB of RAM and an octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor. It seems the Galaxy A9 Pro won’t have many changes except for the rear camera that gets a bump to 16MP and front camera to 8MP. Apart from this, the phone will be powered by 4GB RAM, Adreno 510 graphics GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor.
The screen size is expected to remain the same, just like its predecessor at 6-inches. Meanwhile, benchmark listing revealed the screen resolution at 1920×1080 pixels along with support for extra memory up to 128GB, reports Tech Times.
As for the other spec details, Android Headlines notes that the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is expected in a metallic frame. A fingerprint scanner will likely be embedded underneath the physical home button. Since the device has been already certified by different benchmark sources, Samsung will soon release the phone officially in China in a few weeks.
Samsung recently released the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on Feb. 21 at an official launch event before the Mobile World Congress. Both devices are currently available for purchase for preorder from AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. The phones are scheduled to release worldwide on March 11. As of now, T-Mobile customers have already received the delivery of the products as early as Feb. 29.
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