Samsung’s Galaxy A lineup proved to be a great hit among the consumers. The Galaxy A series has been a great effort by Samsung to provide the consumers with mid-range smartphones that offer stellar performance along with premium design and feel.

Lately, we have been hearing a lot of rumors concerning the upcoming addition to the Galaxy A lineup – the Galaxy A9. A lot of rumors have surfaced over the past few weeks regarding the hardware and system specifications of the Galaxy A9. Moreover, according to a recent report, the Galaxy A9 has received Bluetooth certification, which means that we might hear the official announcement of the Galaxy A9 any day now. According to the report, the phone received Bluetooth certification on November 10. The model number of the Galaxy A9 was listed as SM-A9000. Though, no solid information regarding the unveiling of the Galaxy A9 has surfaced, but the Bluetooth certification suggests that the development of the Galaxy A9 has almost ended and the device might be officially announced any day from now. The Galaxy A9 is expected to hit the shelves, worldwide, by the end of this year.

A few days back, a benchmark of the Galaxy A9 was leaked which revealed a few details regarding the Galaxy A9. According to the benchmark, the Galaxy A9 will be featuring a 5.5-inch Full HD 1080p display. The phone will be running on a Snapdragon 620 chipset, and 3GB of RAM. The phone will be running on Android Lollipop out of the box; however, Samsung has planned to upgrade the phone to Android Marshmallow soon after it is released. The Galaxy A9 is expected to be another hit like the other phones of the series. The Galaxy A9 will be available through online mobile shopping in Pakistan by January, 2016.

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