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Samsung Galaxy A9 Spotted on Zauba, Points at a 6-inch Display

Samsung SM-A9000 seems to be the model number for the unannounced Samsung Galaxy A9 and according to previous leaks, the device came with a 5.5-inch display. The SM-A9000 has been spotted on the Indian import listing site Zauba, but the specification details a 6-inch display thus contradicts earlier rumors. The phones have been imported on the Indian turfs for testing purposes on November 3rd and November 4th.

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The listing also points out that the imports are valued at $251 and in all likelihood the retail price could double up. The Galaxy A9 is expected to be fitted with a 6-inch FHD display and will be powered by the Snapdragon 620 clocked at 1.8GHz and paired with a 3GB of RAM. On the storage front, the Galaxy A9 is said to offer 32GB of non-expandable internal storage.

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Samsung Galaxy A9 will sport a 16-Megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary snapper. In all likelihood the Galaxy A9 will come in a dual SIM variant for the Indian market and will be approximately priced in the range of Rs 28,000 to Rs 32,000.

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That being said, it is still premature for us to zero in on the exact specifications of the Galaxy A9, Samsung is said to launch the device in immediate feature and considering the price tag, it will be aimed at rivaling the likes of Nexus 5X and the Moto X Style. Additional details about the Samsung Galaxy A9 will be known once it passes TENAA certification.




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