We just recently got to know the Samsung Galaxy A9, the Korean gadget giant’s midrange phablet headliner launched in December 2015. Twon months hence, and we have now just seen the Galaxy A9 Pro, an upgraded version of the midrange phablet which showed up in China’s TENAA. The Pro version seems to be bringing a couple of improvements from the basic version.
The aesthtic and form of the Galaxy A9 Pro is basically the same from the original – the same 6-inch FullHD (1080p) screen, powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 chipset. The difference is that the Galaxy A9 Pro now sports 4GB RAM compared to the 3GB on the vanilla version. The Galaxy A9 Pro also runs Android Marshmallow out of the box, the original still runs Lollipop.
The TENAA data also shows that the Galaxy A9 Pro has a better camera combo than the 13MP/5MP shooters the original Galaxy A9 has. The Pro version has a slightly better 16MP rear camera nd 8MP front-facing camera for better selfies.
Since the Galaxy A9 Pro was tested and approved by the TENAA, smart money is that it will launch in the Chinese market. But as for the Pro version making it to the US or Europe, that is still pretty much up in the air.
VIA: Phone Arena