Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro Benchmarked on Antutu; Specs Revealed
WIth all the leaks and rumors coming thick and fast about the Galaxy A9 Pro, it looks like the time for its official announcement is very near. Earlier this month this bigger sibling of the Galaxy A9 was spotted on GFXBench, and now this upgraded variant of Galaxy A9 has found its way to AnTuTu, confirming to the world the upgrades it will bring over the Galaxy A9.
The Galaxy A9 Pro is revealed to be equipped with a Snapdragon 652 chipset and 32GB of internal storage. Though Antutu doesn’t mention the display size, but an earlier GFXBench listing pegs the phone to come sporting a 5.5-inch display, but rumours peg the phone to come with a 6 display. The A9 pro will also get a bump in RAM, moving to 4GB from the 3GB chip found on the Galaxy A9.
The phone’s camera gets an upgrade and moves up from a 13MP primary camera to 16MP. This will also mean the A9 Pro won’t have the same sensor as the rest of the A (2016) lineup. The A9 Pro comes with an 8-Megapixel camera at the front. The benchmark also confirms the phone to run Android 6.0.1