Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 Price, Specs, Release Date: Mid-Range Smartphone is FCC-Approved; Ready for US Release at Cheaper Price?


Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 finally gets its 'license' from Federation Communication Commission (FCC). This means, the device is ready and might soon be released in international market, including the United States'.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro was initially released in China earlier this year and the FCC approval seems to confirm that the mid-range smartphone will arrive in US anytime soon. The FCC has given certification for both single SIM and dual SIM versions.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro specs

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 is packed with impressive specs. With Quad-core CPU 1.8 GHz and Adreno 510 GPU, the 6-inch device runs Android Marshmallow and is powered by 5,000 mAh battery cell.

Galaxy A9 Pro features Super AMOLED screen with resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels and 367 ppi. The screen is already protected using Corning Gorrilla Glass 4. The smartphone is equipped with 4 GB RAM and internal memory of 32 GB. Storage is expandable using microSD card up to 256 GB of capacity.

On the camera, Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 boasts 16 MP on its rear camera and 8 MP for its secondary camera. It supports video recording with HDR quality (1080 p @30 fps). Other features include turbo-charging and fingerprint sensor, GSM Arena reported.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro price in USA

The license dropped by FCC indicates the smartphone is going to be released in the US.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 price in USA could be around $533. The smartphones international release tend to have lower price than the devices released in China. So it can indicate that Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 will arrive at that price or cheaper, TechTimes reported.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro 2016 release date

The smartphone has just earned many approvals including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the latest certification from FCC. This indicates that Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is ready and might be launched later this year in US and other countries.

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