Samsung Galaxy A9 Star passes through Geekbench, launches tomorrow
The Samsung Galaxy A9 Star has been leaked like nothing else but it will finally become official tomorrow. For now, the A series flagship will be a China exclusive but we're hoping to see it in our stores too.
The latest public appearance by the Galaxy A9 Star is on Geekbench, where it confirms its Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4GB of RAM we first saw in a TENAA listing. Geekbench shows the software version as Android 8.0.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 Star will look like the Galaxy S9+ with a dual camera and fingerprint scanner on the back, only instead of glass, the Galaxy A9 Star uses metal.
The screen on the Galaxy A9 Star will be bigger though - a 6.28-inch Super AMOLED of 1080x2220px resolution - no notch included.
It will launch in China tomorrow alongside the Galaxy A9 Star Lite and will cost CNY 3,500 ($545/€465).
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