Galaxy C9 Pro released in Hong Kong, no longer China-exclusive

The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro is finally making its way out of China with the smartphone now being released in Hong Kong. That’s right, for three months, it was China-exclusive, and we hope it makes to other countries like India too pretty soon.

The Galaxy C9 Pro is Samsung’s brainchild, integrating mind blowing (well, for Samsung fans at least) specifications with an aesthetic flair giving it an unique place with the likes of the flagships.

Samsung upped the game providing a Snapdragon 653 processor with the C9 Pro and coupling that with 4GB 6GB of RAM and a gargantuan 4000mAh battery. You could say that the 1080p AMOLED display is what limits it from touching the flagship territory dominated by the Galaxy S series which feature a Qaud-HD display.

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The smartphone will unfortunately be shipping with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out of the box. But considering the fact that we have now entered 2017, there is hope for Samsung Nougat to hit the device by end of Q1 at least.

The device is available in Gold and Pink Gold (or Rose Gold) in Hong Kong, so the Matte Black color that was made available in China recently remains China exclusive for now — although we think it won’t be long until it makes it way out of China too.