Samsung Galaxy A9 gets cleared from FCC, launching soon

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After a good delay Samsung Galaxy A9 finally appeared at the FCC, thus confirming unveiling as the next step. As we have reported previously Samsung is going to hold the CES 2016 event early in January which may also be the unveiling event for the Galaxy A9. There is much more to expect at the event.

Samsung has a number of devices to kick off the coming year and the January 5 event will be a good occasion to begin. However if the Galaxy A9 was not unveiled at the CES, there is another event to follow up. After CES the second Samsung event is scheduled for February 21. On the second day to the event there is also the MWC 2016 to be held in Barcelona.

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While a short time remains for official display of the Samsung Galaxy A9 we have the key device specs and features summed up for you. According to the device details it will arrive with a large and impressive display and powerful hardware under the core. The display size is scaled up to 6inches while the resolution is set at 1080x1920pixels. With Super AMOLED penal both large size and high resolution makes it an impressive display.

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Under the hood the Galaxy A9 is going to carry a Snapdragon 620 Chipset which brings the performance of Octa-Core 1.8GHz to the device. Besides the heavy processing components there is a 3GB RAM and Adreno 510 GPU for graphics.  The 32 GB internal storage will brings expendable option viva micro SD card.

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Besides the large impressive display and high internal specs the Galaxy A9 is going to carry equally powerful camera on both front and back. The front camera for selfies is 8megapixel while there is a 13megapixel camera on rear face. There is also a huge 4000mAh battery and 4G LTE connectivity.

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