Samsung C9 Pro is exclusive to China and India. Both countries are bigger than the US market. That geographic imperative played out in similar reports from Nokia's comeback phone, the Nokia 6 which is also exclusive to China. Samsung initially launched the Galaxy C9 Pro in India today. Now it has opened up the pre-bookings on its online store in India. The pre-bookings are up until February 12.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Specifications
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is the first Samsung with powerful 6GB RAM offering a seamless multi-tasking experience. In addition, 4000 mAh for battery life and also comes with an inbuilt memory of 64GB which is expandable up to 256GB. The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro also hosts a 64-bit Octa-Core Processor. Indeed a performance powerhouse, Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro allows consumers to seamlessly enjoy gaming, apps, and multimedia.
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Cameras And Features
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro sports an improved 16MP front and rear cameras both with a super wide F1.9 aperture which enables users to take clear images even in low light situations. The high-resolution front camera offers an enhanced selfie experience while the 16MP rear camera comes with Dual LED Flash for super-clear and crisp images. The smartphone provides a great viewing experience with its 6.0" Full HD Super AMOLED screen. The huge immersive screen is also complemented with a dual speaker that makes it a perfect choice for consumers with high multimedia consumptions.
The Galaxy C9 Pro already received international certification last year, signaling that it was ready to expand its availability beyond China, However, it remained unclear at that point whether the handset would make it to the U.S. market as well. An International version of the Galaxy C9 Pro bearing the model number SM-C900F has been spotted at the United States of America's official certification authority, the FCC. It could be an indication, though, both the Galaxy C9 Pro and the Galaxy C5 Pro will reach the United States. The FCC is the United States' official certification authority and it's usually among the last stops before a device is set to hit the market.