Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is the first Sammy smartphone to come with a massive RAM of 6GB, unfortunately, the phone has so far been launched in China alone.
A recent report surfacing from India claimed that the Galaxy C9 Pro will also be making its way to the second most populated country in the region, but there is still no specific date as to when this will be happening. In fact, it is still not confirmed whether this will indeed be happening, but if it does, it will be the first time it happens for the Galaxy C series.
When it launched in China, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro came in preinstalled with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. This is the OS that powers most devices launched in 2016, but now that there is a new Android Nougat in town, the few who already own this phone will be happy to learn that the phone is being lined up for an update to Nougat OS.
According to new reports, the Galaxy C9 Pro Nougat treat has no specific release date just yet, but it will indeed be happening this Q1 2017. The first Samsung devices to receive the Nougat OS will be Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. In fact, some users of these phones are already receiving the update on their devices ahead of a mass release. Once the two are done, attention will turn to 2015’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 series. It is only when Samsung will be done with these flagships that it will start thinking about the likes of Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro and the rest of the Galaxy C series, among other midrange devices.
As noted earlier, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is highlighted by the fact that it sports a RAM of 6GB. In addition, the phablet ships with a huge 6-inch Super AMOLED display screen with Full HD resolution. Under the hood, you get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 processor clocked at a speed of 1.44GHz. There is 64GB of expandable onboard storage, a 16MP+16MP camera combination plus a huge 4000mAh battery unit.