Galaxy C9 Pro to get 128GB variant soon as SM-C9008

Samsung’s premium smartphone Galaxy C9 Pro will soon get an upgrade spec-wise. Samsung is planning to launch a new variant of C9 Pro with 128GB native storage which has been spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA.

Bearing the model number SM-C9008, the Galaxy C9 Pro is seen sporting 128GB native storage while the original C9 Pro, which goes by the model number SM-C900, is available only in 64GB variant. Another upgrade, as per the TENAA listing, is seen in the expandable storage which has been increased from 128GB to 256GB.

Read: Galaxy C9 Pro releases in Vietnam

Releasing Galaxy C9 Pro in an upgraded storage variant is a smart stroke from Samsung. This very nicely compliments the heavy duty 6GB RAM capacity on board the phone. Rest of the spechsheet has been kept intact.

It sports a massive 6-inch Full HD IPS display and is powered by octa-core Snapdragon 653 processor. The phone houses a 16MP/16MP camera combo. All these is kept running with a massive 4000mAh battery.

Read: Galaxy C9 Pro Nougat update

The Galaxy C9 Pro 128GB will be available in two color options- Black and Gold- as per the TENAA listing. The only downer is the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on board, which we believe will very soon get bumped up to Android Nougat.

Source: TENAA

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8 Comments

  1. Also C5 Pro and C7 Pro

  2. That’s a super thin phone with a great design, I really like where Samsung is going with their phone designs.

  3. That’s a super thin phone with a great design, I really like where Samsung is going with their phone designs.

  4. To be honest, that looks a lot like iPhone. A thinner version of iPhone but I ain’t complaining, it does look really good and simple. Great for iPhone users who are interested in converting into android/Samsung master race

  5. To be honest, that looks a lot like iPhone. A thinner version of iPhone but I ain’t complaining, it does look really good and simple. Great for iPhone users who are interested in converting into android/Samsung master race

  6. With such a slim design and a 4000mAh battery would it be safe ?Samsung would be trying their best to prevent explosions but this is a risky move i guess

  7. With such a slim design and a 4000mAh battery would it be safe ?Samsung would be trying their best to prevent explosions but this is a risky move i guess

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