Announced last December, the Samsung Galaxy A9 represented the company’s latest effort to disguise a mid-range smartphone in high-end construction. Following the lead of Chinese smartphone makers Xiaomi and Meizu, however, Samsung opted to create a Pro version of its jumbo-sized Galaxy A smartphone, which brings us to the Galaxy A9 Pro, reports GSM Arena.
Revealed for China, the Galaxy A9 Pro doesn’t do anything dramatic to differentiate itself from the original, offering slight bumps in RAM, built-in storage, camera resolution, and battery. More specifically, the Galaxy A9 Pro runs on 4GB of RAM, up from the 3GB found in the original, while featuring 32GB of storage, twice the storage of the original. In addition, the Galaxy A9 Pro features an 8-megapixel camera on the front and a 16MP camera around back, nice bumps from the 5MP and 13MP rear- and front-facing shooters, respectively, found in the original. Finally, the Pro version of the Galaxy A9 includes a whopping 5,000mAh battery, up from the 4,000mAh battery found in the Galaxy A9.