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Samsung’s A9 Lands With A Massive Battery And 6 Inch Display

Samsung has launched their latest A series Galaxy A9 in China on 23rd December with many improved features. The new version occupied the top position in A series with newly adopted metal affair and glass, big 6 inch AMOLED screen of 1080 resolution, minimal side bezel, extensive connectivity such as Wi-Fi a/b/g/n and more. The metal case has a small thickness of 0.29 inches that is pretty good for such a big device. But besides all this, the biggest improvement is the battery. Samsung has sported a massive battery of 4000 mAH in their new flagship.  So, it seems finally the struggle over Smartphone’s battery life is going to over with Samsung Galaxy A9. The battery is also supported by QuickCharge.

Octa core Snapdragon 652  paired with 3 GB RAM is responsible to offer higher performance and it is packed with 32 GB the internal storage that is expandable up to 128 GB using micro SD card. Finger print scanner and Samsung Pay are among other features included in the device. This predecessor of A5 and A7 runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. This is bit surprising as Android has already made its latest version android 6 available since October this year.

The 13 MP rear camera featured with optical image stabilization, wide f/1.9 aperture and 8MP front camera are excellent to capture high quality images and videos.

So, Galaxy A9 joins the recently declared flagship A5 and A7 that are already available in China though A9 will be made available later this month in China. A5 and A7 are paired with 5.2 and 5.5 inch display while their battery capacity is 2900 mAH and 3300 mAH respectively. Also they are priced at $370 and $417. However, nothing about the price and international availability of A9 is confirmed yet.

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