Samsung Galaxy A9 Gets Green Signal From TENNA

Samsung Galaxy A9 is now formally certified by TENAA, before long after it obtained green light from FCC in the US. The Chinese guarantee and regulatory authority’s verification included images of the device and a list of sheet that has stipulation.

TENAA listed the phablet’s model number as SM-A9000. It will have a 6-inch AMOLED display screen with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, which is fairly polite for any contemporary smartphone. The device weighs 200 grams and its dimensions are 161.7mm x 80.9mm x 7.4mm. Under the hood, it is powered by octacore processor, with four Cortex-A72 cores, and four Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.8GHz, so it is secure to assume that it would be at least Snapdragon 620. It seems that, it comes with a 3GM RAM installed with 32GB of internal memory storage space, which can further be extended via a microSD card.

Galaxy A9 will run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. It will have its main camera either of 8MP or 13MP on its back, as it is for sure that the minor camera located at front will be of 8MP. Even though the listing chose not to reveal its battery life span, it is probable to have a 4,000mAh battery.

Among all color options, it will more likely comprise Gold and White. Noted as an over-haul, the company has completed decisions to incorporate glass and metal rather than opting for a tinny unibody. Even though there are sure features that are not confirmed by TENAA, there is still expect to see fingerprint scanner along with full support of Samsung Pay. The phablet might as well incorporate fast-fast charging feature and LTE Cat.7 support. Not only this, but other rumors put forward that the smartphone will also features sure options that were unveiled for Galaxy A7 lately, which includes Optical picture Stabilization and aperture of f/1.9 in its main camera.

The specifications appear to justify this mid-range smartphone. Though, with so a lot of phones rolling out that have more or less alike options, there is a require for innovation or at least something that would stay buyers hooked to the smartphone marketplace.

 

 

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