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Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro Finally Out in Europe

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Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro, which has been exclusive in Asia, has finally rolled out in Europe. The international version of the mobile device, which has already been out in India March 2016, has finally been spotted in Romania recently.

Spotted in Romania

News are circulating of the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro seen on the store shelves in Romania for a price of RON 2,180 or EUR 485, which is roughly $516, GSM Arena reported. The mobile device was developed in China March last year. It was also released in Malaysia June 2016.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro Specs

This mobile device is one of the most coveted handset by Samsung with its 6-inch Touchscreen display running on 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 processor, NDTV reported. Its display has a 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels resolution. Meanwhile, its processor brings 4GB worth of RAM.

It has a 32GB worth of internal storage and it can be expanded with microSD card to have 256GB more.  It has a 16-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel for its front camera for the selfie addicts.

It runs on Android 6.0 with a 500mAh non removable battery. It comes with a dimension of 161.70 x 80.90 x 7.90 and its weight is 210 grams. This smartphone has dual sim and its connectivity capabilities include 4G, 3G, FM, USB OTG, NFC, Bluetooth, GPS, and WiFi. The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro's sensors are Gyroscope, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, and Compass Magnetometer.

Besides the Galaxy A9 Pro, people are also excited for the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, which is report to be released outside China soon. It is expected to roll out in India on January 18. There are no official reports, however, on how much the device will sell in that country, but it is expected to have a price range higher than the Galaxy A9Pro. The phone is also expected for release in other countries including Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. 

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