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Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro With a Massive 6-Inch Display Launched at Rs 32,490

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. (Image: Samsung)

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. (Image: Samsung)

The Galaxy A9 Pro is loaded with a 16 megapixel rear and and 8 megapixel front camera. Both the cameras come with f1.9 aperture and the rear camera comes with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

Siddhartha Sharma
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Samsung Electronics has announced the launch of Galaxy A9 Pro smartphone in India. As a part of the Galaxy A series in India the A9 Pro comes with a massive 6-inch display. The dual-SIM smartphone is launched at a price tag of Rs 32,490 and will be available in Samsung stores and e-commerce platforms starting September 26.

The Galaxy A9 sports a glass and metal design. The phone comes with a bezel that measures 2.7mm and is just 7.9mm thin. The 6-inch display is protected by Gorilla Glass 4 and it also gets a 5000mAh battery with fast-charging. The Galaxy A9 pro comes with 4GB RAM and a Snapdragon 64 bit Octa-core processor. The device also comes with a fingerprint sensor and an expandable storage option with the help of a MicroSD card slot of up to 256GB.

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The Galaxy A9 Pro is loaded with a 16 megapixel rear and and 8 megapixel front camera. Both the cameras come with f1.9 aperture and the rear camera comes with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will comepete in the Indian market with the likes of the Xiaomi Mi Max and will be available in three colours of Gold, Black and White.

Watch this space for the review of the Samsung Galaxy A9 pro.

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