There have been rumors of an impending launch of the Samsung Galaxy A9, and it seems to be like we’re near an official launch. Samsung’s Iran web site seems to have by accident posted the device online, revealing a number of the smartphone’s specs and attainable launch date.
Typically, it seems like Samsung is releasing new smartphones on a weekly foundation, although the corporate vowed to reduce its lineup, which noticed 56 smartphones launched in 2014 alone. We’re already listening to new particulars on what we will anticipate to see from the corporate when it unveils its subsequent-era Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in February 2016.
We just lately reported that sources declare Samsung plans on re-introducing microSD enlargement slots to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, because it confronted harsh criticism from tech reviewers, smartphone followers and on a regular basis customers for eradicating the enlargement slot and consumer-replaceable battery. Many Samsung Galaxy S collection and Galaxy Word collection customers have remained loyal to the lineup yr after yr due to these features since Apple’s iPhone by no means provided both, nor have many Android rivals, like Google’s Nexus smartphone collection.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge aren’t the one smartphones Samsung is presently working on. We lately reported that each the Galaxy A3 and A5 handed via the FCC, signaling a attainable imminent launch. Now, Samsung’s rumored Galaxy A9 has popped up on the corporate’s Iran website, confirming its mannequin variety of SM-A900F, key specs and a Dec. 1 launch date.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 is predicted to feature a 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD display and shall be powered by a subsequent-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor, Adreno 510 GPU (graphics processing unit) and 3 GB of RAM. The phablet will reportedly launch with 32 GB of internal storage and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
We’ll make sure to hold you posted on any new Samsung Galaxy A9 particulars as they develop into out there.
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