Early last week, there were reports that Samsung is working on a Pro variant of its Galaxy A9 smartphone. The variant was said to carry a model number of SM-A9100. Now, the device has been spotted on India's import-export tracking website Zauba.
As is the case usually, the Zauba listing of the handset doesn't reveal much, except that it sports a large 6-inch display and carries a price tag of INR 24,179 (around $360). Keep in mind, however, that pricing information on Zauba is not always precise, and that seems to be true in this case given that the standard Galaxy A9 costs $490.
As for availability, previous reports have suggested that the Galaxy A9 Pro is aimed at the Chinese market. The standard model - which was launched around Christmas last year - is also currently only available in China.
This is greate
If they priced the Galaxy A5 at INR 29,400 ($433) and the Galaxy A7 at INR 33,400 ($492). They would be pricing the A9 even more than that! Shucks!
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