It was just two months ago that Samsung launched the Galaxy A9 Pro in China, and it’s one of the most powerful smartphones in the Galaxy A series. Earlier this month, the device surfaced on Zauba website, suggesting that an international variant might be released soon. New information confirms that aspect, as Samsung’s Galaxy A9 Pro international edition has received Wi-Fi certification.
Tablety reports that Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro has received Wi-Fi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA), which means that the phone might be headed to international markets soon. The WFA has certified the Samsung SM-A910F model, the international version of the pre-existing SM-A9100 model.
The model launched two months ago came with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory. It had a front camera that reached 8MP and a rear camera with a resolution of 16MP. The handset was a slightly upgraded version of the Galaxy A9, and it featured a 6-inch display with 1080p resolution.
The Galaxy A9 Pro international edition is expected to have roughly the same specs as the Chinese model, including the massive 5,000mAh battery. The smartphone ran Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box, as well as 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1. It also had a quad-core Snapdragon 652 processor, clocked at 1.2GHz.
Galaxy A9 Pro international model will come with a dual-SIM variant
The standard model and a dual-SIM variant of the Galaxy A9 Pro international version were Wi-Fi certified. However, there’s still no information on the markets in which the device will be made available.
Still, Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro retails for about $540 (€482) off, but that price could differ depending on the country in which Samsung will make the smartphone available. A retailer from Poland has already started accepting pre-orders for the device, therefore, the international version of the Galaxy A9 Pro could be launched in the near future.