AnTuTu benchmark hits the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is being rumored since the last couple of weeks. This upcoming smartphone (SM-A9100) recently went through the AnTuTu benchmark tests which confirmed previous rumors while adding some new information to the list.

Prior to this test, GFXBench also got its hands on the device which confirmed Android 6.0.1 along with 4GB of RAM. Coming towards the recent Benchmark, apparently the handset will be featured with a 6″ 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution display. Galaxy A9 Pro will be powered by an Adreno 510 graphics processor. Furthermore, a 32 GB (expandable via microSD slot) memory, 4000 mAh battery and a 16 MP rear shooter is shown in the test.


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As mentioned earlier, the smartphone will be powered by none other than the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. Marshmallow features many change from its predecessor. Some of the major changes are described ahead. Firstly, Doze – this feature simply puts the smartphone into a ‘deeper sleep’ when it hasn’t been used for a prolonged period of time. As a result, the battery life of the smartphone is drastically increased. Moving on the next big change: Now on Tap – Marshmallow can predict your needs by a simple long press on the home button that provides quick access to learn more about the hang out spot or how to get there. You can use this feature to search for restaurants and even the type of food it serves. Last but not the least, the all new app drawer – as suggested by the heading, Marshmallow comes with a completely redesigned app drawer. Main improvements include the app search mechanism. You can scroll around with alphabet scrolling and can pin you favorite apps on the top to gain easy and fast access.

There is no specific release date announced yet but we are sure that Samsung will reveal this handset after their Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have hit the market. That is because they’d surely want their flagships to be the first ones of their lineup to feature the latest OS.

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