Galaxy A9 to have Snapdragon 620 & 4K video support

As we got leaked reports, Samsung is up to add another member to it’s Galaxy A series. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy A9 is previously leaked with details showing a large phablet size display of 5.5inches with high powers inside. With Octa-core processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB native storage we can expect another well performing high-end addition by Samsung.

The Galaxy A9 which yet remains unconfirmed is leaked with various details carrying the tag of SM-A9000. This time the tag was showed up on the Geekbench for yet again to reveal some varying features on board. The benchmarking test of the Galaxy A9 shows the same level of performance to expect but with some new details about its specs.

The SM-A9000 or the Galaxy A9 appeared this time on the Geekbench with Qualcomm’s MSM8976 onboard. This coded on the benchmarking site seems to be Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 620 SoC. If it sets to be the case we would find Contex-A72 quad-core processing unit clocked at 1.8 GHz. There is also another arrangement of quad-core Cortex-A53 clocked at 1.4 GHz, both with promised high performance. With the processing powers the test also confirm the Galaxy A9 carrying 3GB RAM.

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The differences are apparent enough as compared with the previous benchmarking tests of the Galaxy A9 that were out in September. This time we find more powers inside with multi-core processing performance. Last time the results were taken out from the devices assumed with single-core.

The introduction of Snapdragon 620 is also a considerable step as it enables the 4k video support on the Galaxy A9. There are also other additional possibilities including the X8 LTE model which enables up to 300MBPS download speed. Following the powerful specs we can assume similar high features on the Galaxy A9, much more is yet to come after an official announcement by Samsung.

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