Official release of Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro might be just around the corner as it recently passed the Chinese device certification authority TENAA. Apart from that, the release is further supported by the leaked user manual of the smartphone which contains all the standard information regarding the smartphone. The manual also confirms that the device will support dual-SIM.
Needless to say, the user manual doesn’t mention the details of the internal components of the smartphone. However rumors suggest that the Galaxy A9 Pro will sport a 6 inch 1080p display. Under the hood, the device will host the octa-core Snapdragon 652 chipset along with 4GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, 16MP rear and 8MP front camera. In addition to that a 4000 mAh baterry will provide juice to the smartphone running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The user manual of the Galaxy A9 Pro revealed that the standby battery of the smartphone will be 429 hours.
For the ones who don’t know about Android Marshmallow; 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.
Please check the images of the user manual below.
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