The Samsung Galaxy A9 and Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro launched in 2016 and a new rumor from Weibo claims Samsung will launch new versions in 2017, keeping the name the same and only adjusting for the year.
Aside from the model number (SM-A9200) not much is known about the device, but it is expected...
The Galaxy A9 has become the first Galaxy A device to make the jump to Android 6.0. Marshmallow is rolling out to the unlocked variant of the 6-inch phone in China, the only market where the Galaxy A9 has been available since launch.
GSM Arena just published their video review of the Galaxy A9 from 2016. They say it's clear that Samsung wants to recreate the success of the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series with this new lineup.
The goal with this series though, is to produce an good device with an attractive price point.
GSM Arena is getting ready to work on their review of the 2016 Samsung Galaxy A9, but before that they wanted to publish some baseline benchmarks of the brand new Snapdragon 652 SoC.
Qualcomm's 6xx series is generally for mid-range devices right nowadays. The thing is, this new SoC with its...
Krystal from Android Authority just published her review of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and she felt it was a mid-range smartphone that is a worthy flagship competitor.
She really liked the design, the build quality, the size, its microSD card slot, the fingerprint scanner, its fast performance and...
Now that the Samsung Galaxy A 2016 is official, it's time to get the hype rolling. Samsung has released the first TV commercial for the mid-rangers. The ad shows off how people use the phone in their day-to-day lives, but is nothing special otherwise.
Samsung has finally made the Galaxy A9 official. The 6-inch 1080p device comes with a 4,000mAh battery, 32GB of storage, 3GB of RAM, 8 megapixe camera and more. It's slated to launch in China by the end of the year for an undisclosed price tag.
Samsung is still prepping the Samsung Galaxy A9 for launch. The device has passed through the TENAA, which is a major hurdle it has to overcome for sales in China. The listing tells of a 6-inch device with 3GB of RAM, which is pretty beefy for what's expected to be a mid-tier handset. The device...
The Samsung Galaxy A9 might be finding its way stateside soon. The device has just passed the FCC, which is one of the steps that has to occur before a device is sold in North America. An official announcement could be here any day now.
Samsung has officially released details about the affordable Samsung Galaxy A9, the top-end device for the 2016 Galaxy A lineup. Its highlights include a Snapdragon 620 chipset, 4,000mAh battery and the new metal design language Samsung loves.