Apr 22, 2018 | Updated: 09:54 AM EDT

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro: 128 GB Variant Unveiled At TENAA

Apr 17, 2017 08:15 AM EDT

After the debacle and eventual rollback of the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung maintained an unusually low profile in the ever-buzzing smartphone market. However, with the launch of Galaxy S8 followed by the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the company seems to be back in the game.  

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, the mid-ranger phone offers great value for money considering its stellar spec sheet. With a new variant taking the phone memory to 128 GB, it's a winner all the way. According to GSMarena, the new model numbered SM-C9008 ups the memory from the original models decent 64 GB to a whopping 128 GB. In a world with ever-increasing media consumption and storage, the double real estate in space is definitely a major attraction.

The updated Samsung Galaxy C9 was first spotted at the Chinese certification site TENAA and it was listed to be available in only two colors i.e. black and gold variant. Surprisingly it's leaving out the pink gold option which has been a trend of sorts for this year.

According to Inquisitr, despite the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro carrying the old Samsung design, it has the potential to succeed because of its internal specs. Headlining its performance prowess is a 6 GB Ram, Full HD 6 inches display and a 4000 MAH Battery. The increase in the memory and the comparatively lower price will make the new Samsung offering even more tempting for the money conscious customers.

The positioning of Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro in the Galaxy line-up is quite interesting. Samsung has not pitched this phone as a flagship, instead, the company is smartly targeting the mid-range market currently spearheaded by the likes of One Plus 3T.

Despite the various positives, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro lacks the inclusion of new android version as it still comes with the same old Marshmallow. Also, the camera is nothing to write home about. The pricing and availability are not yet revealed but as per the rumors, the mid-ranger is slated to be launched in the last quarter of this year.

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