After weeks of anticipation and many leaks from various sources, the South Korean tech giant Samsung has finally made its latest Galaxy A9 flagship official. The latest smartphone from Samsung was released in China this week.
Being the newest model of Galaxy A series, Samsung Galaxy A9 lies just at the edge of phablet domain with its considerably large 6-inches screen.
The large screen makes Galaxy A9 firmly settled over other models of A series including Samsung Galaxy A7, A5 and A3 with 5.5-inches, 5.2-inches and 4.7-inches screens respectively.
This handset flaunts quite a few high-end specs while the price makes it a mid-ranged device. Therefore, tech analysts are hailing this device for its flagship meets mid-ranged style.
Samsung Galaxy A9 sports a 1080p screen resolution and a super AMOLED display. The handset packs in metal and glass layout like the other A series devices.
Samsung Galaxy A9 is driven by Snapdragon 652, previously called S620, 64-bit octa-core SoC and runs Android 5.1.1 which is expected to be updated to Android Marshmallow soon.
In addition, the handset also packs in 13MP primary shooter along with a hearty 8MP front-facing snapper for perfect selfies. The device is powered by a huge battery backup of 4000mAh which comes with a Quick Charging support.
In terms of storage, Samsung Galaxy A9 flaunts 3GB of RAM along with a 32GB of internal storage and microSD card support. The home button also houses the fingerprint scanner. Samsung Pay feature is also available with Galaxy A9.
The South Korean multinational has released Galaxy A9 only for China at the moment. The handset offers three color choices including gold, white and pink. However the company has not yet disclosed the exact launch date or price tag for other regions but it looks as if the company will launch the device in other markets soon.