After seeing its fair share of rumors and leaks, Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy A9 in China. As the latest in Samsung's A-series, the Galaxy A9 is also the biggest, featuring a 6-inch 1080p AMOLED display. And like the other entries in the A-series, the design is dominated by metal and glass.
Inside, the Galaxy A9 is packing a Snapdragon 652 processor (renamed from the 620) along with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. Camera specs check in with a 13MP shooter on the rear of the handset, with an 8MP camera up front. Wrapping things up is a suitably large 4000mAh battery with QuickCharge support, and there's even a fingerprint sensor tagging along on the home button along with support for Samsung Pay.
There's no pricing or availability information to go off of at the moment, but the Galaxy A9 should hit China's shores soon. Time will tell if we see the A9 make its way to other parts of the world.
Source: Engadget China (Chinese)