Samsung Galaxy C9 gets TENAA certification, reveals specs
Samsung does not want to waste any time again now and what is on their mind has to be the expansion of their Galaxy C line of devices. Well, given that they are in for the production of the Galaxy S8 already and they are also trying to mass produce the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to meet the market demands following the woes of their phablet – the Note 7 – this could be one of the things on their mind instead of the only thing.
Going in to the main news of the day though, they have gotten the upcoming Galaxy C9 run through the office of TENAA and this one has just gotten itself certified so we are sure it would be launching in China while hoping that it is not exclusive to this region.
As is expected, the images that we have seen puts in on par with other members of the same family and a small scaling up job was just done on it to make sure that t has its own edge over the existing members. With a 6 inch screen, TENAA confirms some of the specs that we have heard on it before such as the inclusion of an SD-652 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal space and finally, a massive camera configuration of 16MP both on the front and back.
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