Samsung seems to be cashing in on good feedback its devices – the Galaxy A7 and Galaxy A8 – received in the market as it is said to be releasing another device from the series called the Galaxy A9.
The South Korean electronics giant hasn't revealed anything about its alleged Galaxy A9 but a new report has emerged that the device with model number SM-A9000, which is believed to be the Galaxy A8 successor, has been certified by Bluetooth SIG, giving a hint that it could be released soon.
Interestingly, Samsung's new device bearing model number SM-A9000 has also been spotted on Zauba, a website that keeps track of imports and exports in India.
According to the information given on Zauba, six handsets with model number SM-A9000 have been sent from South Korea to Bangalore, India. The device carrying a price tag of Rs 23,402 (which is expected to change when it hits the stores) is purely for "R&D purpose & evaluation & not for retail sale."
According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy A9 will sport either a 5.5-inch or a 6-inch full-HD AMOLED screen and a metal-clad body. The device is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 620 processor, house Adreno 510 graphics engine, come packed with a 32 GB inbuilt storage and has a 16 MP main camera.