Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro's international variant gets WiFi certified

Himanshu, 10 December 2016

While the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (SM-C9000) has already been made official, it's currently only available for purchase in China. For those waiting for Samsung to release the phone in other markets, here's some good news: the launch may happen soon.

That's because the Samsung SM-C900F, which is most likely the international variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro, has received Wi-Fi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA).

As for specs, the SM-C900F is said to be similar to the Chinese variant, meaning it'll also be powered by Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 653 chipset and sport a 6-inch 1080p touchscreen. RAM will be 6GB, while storage will be 64GB. The device will feature a 16MP/16MP combo, while a large, 4,000mAh battery will be there to keep the light on.

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  • Annonymous

My c9 pro is snapdragon 652. Why this phone different from snapdragon 653. When i change version used odin, Wifi cannot open.

  • AnonD-312515

Is that a good thing or bad thing for you lol I think it's good for a top-of-the-line mid-ranger.

QHD Shouldn't be on mid range processors.Even LG made a mistake with putting a QHD on their high end processor but oh well.QHD is only for screen,but for gaming and battery is not efficient.Plus the price will be even higher.At the end you will end u...