Samsung of South Korea certainly has their fair share of smartphones in the market, and they do not look as though they are about to slow down anytime soon in terms of new handset releases. The Samsung Galaxy A9 which was introduced in China just last week saw the launch miss out on one very important detail that many people would have been clamoring for – the pricing and availability. It looks like all of that is about to change now, taking into consideration how there is an inkling of how much the Galaxy A9 will cost over in Asia.
A leaked screenshot has been shared over Weibo, where the Samsung Galaxy A9 is said to come with a RMB3,199 sticker price tag over in the world’s most populous country. If one were to whip out the calculators, then the Galaxy A9 would still cost a pretty penny after conversion over here in the US – amounting to $495 a pop at prevailing exchange rates.
The asking price would see you net yourself a Snapdragon 652-powered device with 3GB of RAM, a 6” Full HD Super AMOLED display. 32GB of internal memory, a 21MP shooter at the back, an 8MP shooter in front, a 4,000 mAh battery and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop in tow.