by John Smith | January 18, 2017 6:20 AM
Last year, Samsung officially announced its new smartphone called Galaxy C9 Pro in China following details and leaks surfaced online prior to the official release. The new device was initially targeted at the Chinese market, however, it appears that Samsung is planning to expand the new device’s availability this year.
Samsung today announced that the Company will bring the Galaxy C9 Pro to the Indian market this year and the new device will go on sale in February, but you can pre-order the device later this month in India. Noticeably, the South Korean smartphone maker will be offering one-time screen replacement for those who pre-order the device.
Galaxy C9 Pro serves as Samsung’s first smartphone to come with 6GB of RAM. The device includes a 6 inch Super AMOLED screen with a Full HD resolution. Under the hood, the device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 623 processor and equipped with two 16MP cameras which both have an f/1.9 aperture.
Galaxy C9 Pro also features 64 GB of internal storage which can be further expanded up to 256GB thanks to the help of a microSD. There is a large 4.000 mAh battery with super charging support. Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro follows today’s trending features including fingerprint scanner and stereo speakers. Noticeably, the device sports Cirrus HiFi Codec, offering better audio performance and includes Samsung Pay support. Galaxy C9 Pro runs Android Marshmallow on board with Samsung’s custom UI on top.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro will be priced at $470 and come in two colors: Gold and Rose Gold. If you now live in India, you can pre-order the device starting January 27. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S8 this year in an attempt to bounce back following the Note 7 fiasco which led to the permanent production cease of the device.
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