Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro landed in India in January, but the demand for the phablet exceeded the available supply, which meant that not every willing and able buyer was able to be attended to by the tech giant.
Not so long ago, it emerged that Samsung has arranged for the second coming of the Galaxy C9 Pro. Back then, the company had put up the phone for pre-orders, promising that the handset will start shipping as from February 24th, which is actually this week Friday. Apparently, the pre-orders seem to have overwhelmed the company’s supply once again, forcing it to switch the shipping dates to March 3rd.
A visit to the official Samsung India page will reveal that the Galaxy C9 Pro has been listed in two color variants of black and gold. Despite the change in shipping dates, the price of the phone remains the same at Rs 36,900, including a 12-month standard Samsung warranty. For monthly installments, you can get an EMI of as low as Rs 1,754.29 for 24 months thanks to HDFC Bank, but this is not the only company that provides such contracts to buyers of the C9 Pro in India. You can also get deals with the likes of ICICI, Axis Bank, Standard Chartered, RBL Bank, CITI Bank, KOTAK Bank, SBI and INDUSIND Bank.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is a monstrous phone with a 6.0-inch Super AMOLED display screen featuring a Full HD resolution. There is a Snapdragon 653 SoC under the hood, paired with a massive 6GB RAM and internal storage of 64GB, with room to expand it via a microSD card slot. The back and front cameras are the same with 16MP lenses and f/1.9 apertures, but you get more features on the primary sensor as compared to the secondary shooter. Software-wise, there is Android Marshmallow out of the box.