Last year Samsung officially took the wraps off the Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) which was the company’s first smartphone with a quad-camera setup. For a phone part of their Galaxy A series, it was actually a pretty nicely designed phone with an edge-to-edge display, although there were some bezels at the top and bottom of it.
However Samsung has since “corrected” it because over in Korea, the company has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro which features even thinner bezels. It also uses a hole-in display which gives us a taste of what we might from the upcoming Galaxy S10, which based on leaked images should also sport a similar design.
Samsung does not actually mention which processor the Galaxy A9 Pro will use, but other specs listed on its website states that the phone will feature 6GB of RAM, 128GB of onboard storage, a 3,400mAh battery, and a triple camera setup on the back. This combines a 24MP main camera, a 10MP zoom camera, and a 5MP camera.
The phone is expected to retail for around $535 which is actually quite affordable when you think about some of the specs that it offers, but unfortunately for now it seems that it will only be launched in Korea with no mention of whether or not it will find its way to other markets around the world.
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