A recent report showed up claiming that Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro will soon start selling outside China, more specifically India.
According to the report, the Galaxy C9 Pro will be available in the region possibly before the end of this month, but there is still no specific date as to when this will be happening. If this happens, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro will be the first Galaxy C series phone to be launched in India following its release in early 2016.
Apparently, India will not be the only country where Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro will be launching soon. In a new turn of events, it appears that the C9 Pro will no longer remain exclusive to China and instead, the handset will also be making its way to Malaysia, another Asian country with a huge smartphone market. While a few other Asian countries are also expected to be added to the list, the ones mentioned so far are India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Thailand, Nepal, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
In terms of specs, the Galaxy C9 Pro is a 6-inch phablet with a Super AMOLED Full HD resolution on the display. Under the hood, the phablet has a speedy midrange processor – a Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 SoC – that is paired with a RAM of 6GB. This is the first Samsung smartphone that is powered by such a huge RAM, with the closest the company has come before being the 4GB RAM mark. As for the storage, the Galaxy C9 Pro carries 64GB, but there is room to expand it via a microSD card of up to 256GB.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has the best cameras of a midrange phablet, featuring 16MP snappers on both the front and rear panels. The phone is kept alive by a huge 4000mAh battery that supports fast charging technology.
Priced in China at CNY 3,199, we don’t expect the price to vary much when the Galaxy C9 Pro debuts in other countries across the region. This valuation in China is equivalent to about $463.