Samsung is preparing a latest phablet which seems set to be one of the company's biggest phones so far, according to information. Samsung Galaxy A9 will have a 6-inch AMOLED screen which runs at 1080p, and will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor, with 3GB of RAM.
The phone will approach with a fingerprint scanner and 32GB of storage, and 13MP camera on the back, and 8MP on the facade. A couple of years before such specs would have been enormously imposing, however Samsung has already released phones which have surpassed it on a technical level. The Galaxy S6 and Note 5, for instance, both have 2K screens and quicker processors.
Possibly most attractive is the claim that the A9 will sport a whopping 4000mAh battery – approximately twice the capacity of the Galaxy S6's 2550mAh power pack.
The A9 is part of Samsung's A series, which initiated previous year. A-series gadgets were formerly created in reply to condemnation of the Galaxy S5 for feeling too contemptible – so Samsung stuffed the entrails of their phones into classier metal cases.