Soon after the Galaxy A9 was launched, it was revealed that Samsung was working on a Galaxy A9 Pro with better specs. It was rather soon after the A9’s unveiling, and the A9 Pro’s existence was confirmed by the device’s appearance in the GFXBench benchmark. We are now getting another look at the A9 Pro today, through the AnTuTu benchmark database.
The AnTuTu listing confirms the specs that were listed by GFXBench. The device has a Snapdragon 652 CPU under the hood, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and runs Android 6.0.1. The display resolution is Full HD, and the cameras are a 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel pair. The display and battery size aren’t mentioned, but the former is expected to be smaller (5.5-inch compared to 6-inch on the regular A9) and the latter should remain the same at 4,000 mAh.
The Galaxy A9 Pro looks set to bring 4GB of RAM to Samsung’s non-flagship lineup of devices, though the company is somewhat late to the party especially when compared to smartphones from Chinese smartphones. There is no word on when the A9 Pro will go official, but the benchmark listings suggest the day is not far off.