Samsung Galaxy C9 gets FCC certification, packs a 4,000mAh battery
The Samsung Galaxy C9 has been popping up here and there over the past couple of months, and at this point its release is simply a matter of 'when' and not 'if'.
We've had a GeekBench and an Antutu listing, plus a Zauba import entry, and those have given us the key specs - 6-inch FullHD display, Snapdragon 652 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and a couple of 16MP cameras. The one thing missing, and it's a crucial one, was battery capacity.
Samsung Galaxy C9 screenshot with FCC e-label and battery capacity (click for full-size image)
FCC, being the good sport that it is, has now revealed the number in its certification papers and at 4,000mAh it's not giving grounds for complaint. The lone screenshot's main purpose is to reveal the e-label, but we tend to find battery capacity a tad more important.
With this step cleared, the Galaxy C9 is getting even closer to launch, though it's still unclear when exactly that will happen.
- 12 Oct 2016
Lewl you don't even understand the meaning of poor in this context. And if Sony phones were so good then how come no one's buying it? And not all Samsung phones set on fire smart guy. Come up with a response that's not so lame.
- 10 Oct 2016
You're poor not me, see speed test between note7 ,one plus3 And Xperia XZ in youtube.. Xperia phone doesn't need 6 or 4 GB ram .. if u have samsung phone take care maybe your phone will Explode in your face !
- 10 Oct 2016
Poor Sony fanboy. XZ beats any phone? Pretty funny joke.