Kolkata: Samsung announces launch of new Galaxy C9 Pro with 6GB RAM
The Galaxy C9 Pro, which is an upgraded version of the Galaxy A9, is powered with 6 GB of RAM clubbed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 processor. The phone also comes with 64GB of internal memory, which is further expandable via a microSD card up-to 256GB.
The dual SIM phone runs Android Marshmallow and supports 4G LTE connectivity
The all-metal C9 Pro comes with 6.0” Full HD sAMOLED screen backed by a 4,000mAh battery, which supports fast charging.
The C9 Pro sports enhanced 16MP front and rear cameras with wide F1.9 aperture with Dual LED Flash.
The device supports USB Type-C that offers a faster data transfer. To give flexibility to its consumers, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro has two Sim card slots and a separate additional MicroSD card slot.
“India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets. Consumer trends indicate that more users prefer larger screen smartphones. Further, the needs of Indian users, who are now moving to their 2nd or 3rd smartphone, have evolved and they are demanding more from their smartphones. With the introduction of the Galaxy C9 Pro, we continue our commitment to offer our customers the very best of features and technology,” said Manu Sharma, Vice President, Mobile Business, Samsung India.
“The Galaxy C9 Pro will enhance and give users the best multimedia experience with its 6” Full HD sAMOLED display while delivering a powerhouse performance thanks to its advanced processor, 6GB RAM, huge battery power and storage. And to top it all, the superb 16MP front and rear camera with f1.9 lens will help users capture brilliant photos even in low light conditions. ” he added.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro will be available in two colors - Black and Gold. The device will be available across all retail channels in the latter half of February 2017.
Customers can pre-book the device through select stores and online channels from January 27, 2017 and avail the pre-booking offer of on-time screen replacement for a period of 12 months.
(Reporting by Adit Majumder, Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)