Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be a high-end, extra-large smartphone

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro will be a high-end, extra-large smartphone

Samsung seems to have some nice concepts of devices to entertain the smartphone market in 2016. We have already discussed the much anticipated Galaxy S7 which is expect to introduce some new and unique concepts in the market. And now fresh reports are showing a giant arriving of Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro out of Samsung‘s production line.

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro

According to reports Samsung is working on an extra-large smartphone that will be introduced with even more powerful display and internal specs. The device is reported to be named as Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro. The details are yet too little therefore the name of the device could change with more detailed information out.

With the premature details, the upcoming Samsung giant is expected to be a larger variant of the Galaxy A9. It is mentioned with model number of SM-A9100. The original Galaxy A9 was released recently with the model number of SM-A9000 which also suggest the possible name of the Pro model. Though the Galaxy A9 Pro is yet to be explored but considering the original A9 as its base model we can get an idea of what is coming next by Samsung.

The Galaxy A9 Pro will be extra-powered device as the original Galaxy A9 is nothing short in display and hardware powers. The Galaxy A9 comes with 6-inch display panel and 1080x1920pixels resolution. Under the hood the A9 is powered by Snapdragon 652 chipset.

Samsung-Galaxy-A9-Pro specifications

With all these detail on the original Galaxy A9 the Pro model is expected to carry improved resolution and stronger processing components. The 6inch display size may not stretch further but its results can improve to a larger extent. Further boost is expected in the UI and other features. The Galaxy A9 Pro will probably arrive running Android 6.0 Marshmallows. The original Galaxy A9 was launched running the Android Lollipop version which lacks the upgraded feature of Android Marshmallow. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Read about our Affiliates Disclosure Policy here. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of, Inc. or its affiliates.