Dec 01, 2015 01:29 AM EST
The famous A series of Samsung offers a complete metal frame design that is quite unique from its common plastic group of devices. Most of the A series devices have been released by the company in the market, and the A series clearly has set the line of elegance along with the processing power in the smartphone industry. The battle of the mid-ranged phones in the market becomes closer as companies like OnePlus One, Huawei and Asus are giving their best offering while Samsung has started building its own version of the device dubbed as Samsung A9.
Samsung A9 was reported to sport the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 Processor with an Adreno 510 GPU. It is coupled with 3 GB of RAM, which will ensure the user that the device is more than capable of handling heavy applications and the navigation will be as smooth as the other flagship caliber smartphones of Samsung. It will be equipped with a 5.5-inch super AMOLED display with a screen pixel density of 401 ppi that makes it capable of reproducing colors and more life-like screen display experience. The device will also have a 16 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front snapper that is capable of 1080p recording. Unfortunately, the device will be launched with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, which is not the latest OS update of Android. However, there is a good possibility that the device is upgradable to Marshmallow Android 6.0.
There is still no report on how much battery capacity will power the device, and other features are yet to be revealed by the company. Considering the performance of its predecessors, it is quite conclusive that the device will be able to outperform the other offerings in the market given that it is equipped with the latest Snapdragon 620. The Android community hinted that the official launching of the device will be in the first week of December.
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