Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    Samsung has been making headlines recently thanks to the launch of their Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone in India at a highly competitive price. However, new reports suggest that the company is already prepping up to launch yet another premium offering in the form of the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro.

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    The alleged device which is a pumped version of the original Samsung Galaxy A9 has already cleared a few certification test, thereby revealing the appearance and certain specs of the smartphone. So here's a roundup of all the bits and pieces of information related to the alleged smartphone.

    All metal build, but with replaceable battery!

    As you might be aware the metal build is the trademark of every A series smartphone from Samsung, and the Galaxy A9 Pro is purported to sit in the top of the series. So while it is no surprise to see it touting a metal frame on the side, it quite overwhelming to spot that the device may come with a removable battery! Well, this bit of information got leaked while the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro was clearing the FCC in US.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    Slightly heavier and thicker

    According to the leaked information the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be around 10g heavier than the original A9 (2016). Apart from that it would also be thicker by 0.5mm as per the TENAA listing. The reported weight and width are 210 grams and 7.5mm respectively.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    Real estate carried forward from its sibling

    It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will sports a similar 6 inch display as seen in the original A9. Just in case specs matter to you, it worth noting that the 6 inch AMOLED panel comes with a resolution of 1920x1080p i.e. Full HD.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    Now with more RAM

    Unlike the original Galaxy A9 (2016) which came with 3GB of RAM, the Pro variant will boast of 4GB. This is similar to the one seen in the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. In terms of storage the Galaxy A9 Pro will feature a 32GB eMMC memory.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    Dragon on the inside

    Leaked information from tipsters suggest that the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC under the hood. It is the among the latest gen SoC from Qualcomm which consist of eight cores clocked at 1.8GHz. This is coupled with Adreno 510 GPU.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    16MP camera carried forward from the Galaxy S6?

    If reports are to be believed the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will sports the same 16MP camera as seen in the previous gen Samsung Galaxy S6. It's worth noting that the camera module on the Samsung Galaxy S6 is still among the most capable ones available in the market.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    8MP front facing camera to satisfy selfie needs

    On the front the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is reported to come with an 8MP front facing selfie snapper. As expected the camera module will have a wide angle view for fitting more people onto the frame.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

    To get a 'Touch' of Marshmallow

    While the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2016) still run on Android Lollipop 5.1 based TouchWiz, it is reported that the Galaxy A9 Pro will come with Marshmallow on top. This isn't quite a surprise considering the fact that Android N is round the corner.

    Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro: 8 Leaked Features You should know

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