Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is the first device from the South Korean tech company that is powered by a massive 6GB RAM.
In fact, the Galaxy C9 Pro is the only Sammy device in the market currently boasting this amount of RAM, but rumors are rife that the incoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will have a 6GB RAM variant, although this could remain specific to China. Speaking of China, the Galaxy C was initially thought to be a series targeting the Chinese market alone, but in the recent past, these phones have been finding their way into other markets.
The latest casualty is the Galaxy C9 Pro, which brings its sleek design, huge 6-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display screen as well as the monstrous 6GB RAM to India. This has been coming for a while now, but there was no specific date as to when this was to happen. However, the latest report is not a leak or a rumor, rather, it is a statement from Samsung itself and in fact, the company has already put the phone up for pre-orders, with the official shipping set to begin on February 24th, which is next week Friday.
Samsung Mobile Indian has taken to its Twitter account to tease the launch of the Galaxy C9 Pro in the country, showing off the stylish design of the phone and just about what it can do. Apparently, getting your hands on this phablet will set you back Rs 36,900, which is about $550, slightly costlier than the CNY 3,199 price tag that it commands in China. The phone can be bought in either gold or black color variant.
— Samsung Mobile India (@SamsungMobileIN) February 14, 2017
Even though pricier in India than China, this Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro keeps the same specs. In addition to the 6 inches of display and 6GB RAM, the phablet ships with a powerful octa-core Snapdragon 653 SoC that is clocked at a speed of 1.95GHz and is accompanied by expandable onboard storage of 64GB. Both cameras ship with a 16MP lens, but the main camera has more features than its counterpart. To keep it alive is also a huge 4000mAh battery unit that supports fast charging technology.