Samsung Galaxy Pro A9 immediately released

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Towards the end of March, Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy A9 hero Pro. A sail phablet that is 6 inches wide, and displays the specifications like RAM 4GB, running an operating system Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and battery capacity of 5000 mAh.

Well, a few weeks later, came the news that Samsung is working on "International Version" of Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. The latest news says that this smartphone will be released soon. One of them marked by the WiFi Alliance has acquired certification (APK) for Samsung with the device name "SM-A910F", thought to be the international version of the existing model before the SM-A9100 aka Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro.

As reported by the Phonearena, while the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro rely on the performance of a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 chipset powerful that generally offer the stability and efficiency in displaying the multitasking performance, equipped with a 6-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, a battery of 5000 mAh, the main camera 16 megapixel camera with autofocus and an internal memory storage of 32 GB which supports external storage via MicroSD.

Actually, this device has been introduced in China two months ago, and Samsung began to spread its wings beyond the Asian market, one way is to release the International version of the device. It appears on the document WiFi Alliance that the device has two variants: the ability to read SIM dual and single SIM and these variations show that is scheduled to launch in the near future.

Samsung Galaxy Pro A9 in China running a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 652, and reportedly that the international variant will run one made by Samsung's own Exynos chipset, not a Qualcomm processor.

A retailer in Poland reportedly began taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro International Version, and it reinforces the notion that this smartphone will be marketed extensively in Europe. It is not yet known whether the Samsung Galaxy A9 International Pro version also will visit the United States or not.

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