Loaded With Power: Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro


South Korean electronics manufacturer, Samsung is known for its high-end and quality products. Following the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, the company just released yet another premium smartphone, in a hope to gain back disgruntled customers. The new Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is the latest addition to the range premium smartphones and it certainly seems to check all the boxes with its interesting range of features.

If you thought that a 5 inch screen was too big for you, then the A9 Pro’s touchscreen display of 6 inches will certainly seem like a whopper. This massive screen is protected by a hardened Gorilla Glass 4. Perfect for watch movies in HD and playing graphics heavy games, this smartphone has a screen resolution of 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels. The pixel density of 367ppi (pixels per inch) offers deep blacks and bright colours that contrast superbly. The viewing ability is great even when seen from angles. There are also display modes which users can choose from, including adaptive, basic and cinema photo mode.

Fitted with a Snapdragon 652 octa-core processor and a RAM of 4GB, the Galaxy A9 Pro delivers a stellar performance. While the processor isn’t the newest one available, it runs at a speed of 1.8GHz, which is certainly enough to allow smooth gaming and multitasking. The phone comes with the Android v6.0 OS pre-installed.

Competition between tech companies for smartphone cameras, has developed greatly in recent times, especially between Apple and Google. Samsung has stepped into the game with the 16MP primary camera that is placed on the back of the A9 Pro. With an aperture of f/1.9, this camera offers good low light image capturing, however phones like the OnePlus3 provide better photo results. For all those who love taking selfies, this device offers great capabilities with its front camera of 8MP.

One of the biggest highlights of this smartphone is the battery life. The Galaxy A9 Pro is fitted with a battery that has a capacity of 5000mAh. This should easily provide up to 2 days of battery life, maybe even more with mild usage. It even has a fast-charging ability and can provide 30 percent of battery after just 30 minutes of charging. In terms of storage space, this phone offers 32GB of inbuilt memory that is expandable using a microSD card of up to 256GB.

There are several sensors built into this phone including a fingerprint sensor, an ambient light sensor, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a compass magnetometer and a proximity sensor. Additionally it provides numerous connectivity options such as WiFi, GPA, FM Radio, NFC, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G and USB OTG as well.

Priced at Rs. 32,490, the Galaxy A9 Pro looks sleek and stylish with an aluminium body and an amolded screen. The device is available in gold, white and black.

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by techtalks @TechTalks November 17, 2016 5:34 AM UTC


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