Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Expected to be Launched with 6 GB RAM

It has been not many days that for the first time we came across the much talked-about smartphone from Samsung – the Galaxy S8. And the latest news has come that Samsung is all set to launch a new version of the smartphone Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro with revamped features. The smartphone was first launched in China and the new edition is going to come with a much more updated specs under the hood.

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro
Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is going to be re-launched with 6 GB RAM

There is not going to be a sea change in the features but the changes that are going to take place will surely make the fans really excited about the smartphone. The biggest change is perhaps going to come in the RAM of the device. It has been reported that Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is going to be the first Samsung phone that will be sporting a 6 GB RAM. Most of the smartphones that have come out from Samsung have got 4 GB RAM. The lower-end devices have got 2 GB RAM. So this is a welcome change for all the users of Samsung smartphones who have been reporting of less RAM in the smartphones.

Along with that, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is going to come out with 128 GB RAM. The smartphone has been spotted in TENAA, the most popular telecommunication certification institute in China with a model number SM-C9008. Other than this nothing much is going to change in the updated version of the smartphone which comes definitely as great news for all those who are planning to get hold of a new smartphone in the upcoming days.

As a recap of what comes with the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, it should be mentioned that the smartphone comes with the 6-inch display supporting a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Under the hood the device come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 processor. The rear camera of the device is of 16-megapixels while the front one is of 16 megapixels as well. The smartphone is backed up with a 4,000 mAh battery.

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