Samsung Galaxy A9 Debuts in China with a 6-inch Screen

December 28, 2015, By Alex Badinici

Samsung has finally put all the speculations about its new phablet smartphone to rest.

The South Korean manufacturer has just unveiled its new Galaxy A9 in China, revealing almost everything about its next device except for its pricing and release.

The new phablet outing from Samsung under its A-series will now feature a 6-inch display AMOLED display boasting a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080.


Packed under the hood is a 64-bit octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor that is clocked at 1.8GHz speed.

Galaxy A9 has also not been left missing with the memory front; it comes with an adequate RAM of 3GB, and will feature an in-built storage of 32GB.

The storage can be expanded by means of microSD; thanks to Samsung that they are shunning the microSD slots only on flagship devices.

A 13MP camera is what Galaxy A9 features on its rear side, while the front side would get the company of an 8MP sensor. The biggest perk among all of them is that the device comes with a behemoth battery capacity that stands at 4,000mAh.

There isn’t any touch of QHD in this device, so we can expect Galaxy A9 to offer a good life compared to the other in-segment products.

Although with all these goodies packed in, Samsung has opted to roll out the device with only Android Lollipop stacked in it, and it will be coming with the accustomed TouchWiz UI layered on top of it.

Reports reveal that the new device will be making its first sale later this month. However, there has been no official word from Samsung as of now, regarding the release as well as pricing.

Neither have they made it clear of when they would be fetching the Galaxy A9 to the remaining markets.

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