Samsung’s next smartphone, the Galaxy A9 Pro, has recently made an appearance at the AnTuTu test facility.
GSM Arena provides the specs of their new Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro as revealed in the benchmark test. Fans are definitely excited to know more about the much-awaited gadget, which is believed to be released this year.
Although there is still no official announcement from Samsung that the Galaxy A9 Pro that appeared in AnTuTu is the official product, fans have reason to believe that it will be the same as what they are going to see once it hits the market, especially since it has already been verified by several benchmark sources.
The Galaxy A9 Pro that stopped by at the AnTutu center looks more like an upgraded version of its predecessor, the A9.
The Galaxy A9 measure 6 inches and includes features like a 13 MP rear snapper, an octa-core Snapdragon 652 chip and 3 GB of RAM.
On the other hand, the Galaxy A9 Pro is an upgraded version for while it has the same a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor and 32 GB of storage, it houses 4 GB of RAM. It also sports an Adreno 510 graphics GPU. The rear camera has also been upgraded to 16 MP, while the selfie snapper is at 8 MP.
Although the screen size is expected to stay at 6 inches, the resolution has allegedly been upgraded for optimal usage. Fans can also expect the new Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro in a metallic casing and it is expected to come with an embedded fingerprint scanner on its home button.
According to Android Headlines, the new Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be released in China in the following weeks.