Samsung launches the Galaxy C9 Pro in India, reveals specs and pricing options
We have talked about this unit for days, leaked it for weeks and even, been expecting it for months now, s it is a little relief on us that we finally get to see the launch of the Galaxy C9 Pro from Samsung today. Coming out first into the market in the region of India, Samsung has announced the official price of the unit to be INR 36,900 and they would start to sell it in stores starting from the month of February.
Pre-booking for the unit would, however, start on the 27th of January and those who get theirs on pre-order would also be entitled to a screen replacement offer, once in the space of twelve months.
For the specs, the 6 inches Galaxy C9 Pro carried a Super AMOLED display with resolution of 1920 x 1080 and under the hood, we find a QUALCOMM snapdragon 653 chipsets which is paired to 6GB off RAM and a 64GB internal storage space. This is the first time any Samsung unit would feature up to 6GB of RAM, and we are surely impressed.
For the cameras, both the front and back sensors are rated at 16MP and with Android 6.0 out of the box, the unit draws power from a 4000mAh battery.
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