Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro with 128GB Passes Through TENAA

Bruno Cirelli
Aprile 19, 2017

According to it, the Samsung Galaxy On5 2017 will have an HD display of 5.0 inch with 720x1280 pixels resolution.

As per reports, the SM-G888N0 is actually a Galaxy X prototype, the foldable smartphone that Samsung has been working on for some time now. Now, we have to see how numerous users choose Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro instead of the newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8. It has 128 GB onboard storage which is expandable up to 256GB via microSD card.

It's packed with a 4000mAh battery and also features a fingerprint scanner integrated in the physical home button on the front.

The successor of last year's Galaxy On5 (2016), the new upgrade recently received Wi-Fi certification. With 128GB of internal storage, users could store even more photos, videos and files in the premium phablet. While it's now unclear whether US consumers will be able to buy the variants featuring 128GB of storage space or not, the latter might be a likelier scenario, at least if the upcoming Galaxy S8 Plus is any indication of Samsung's device availability plans.

The model number shows, it is the advanced version of the Galaxy C9 pro and has the storage of 128 GB which rise the expectations.

The Galaxy C9 Pro is one of Samsung's most unique devices. So, the Samsung SM-G888N0 might be Sport edition of this year's flagship phone Galaxy S8. While these devices boasted the latest SoCs and stunning curved displays, they were hampered by several fundamental weaknesses such as an average-sized battery and limited RAM. However, Samsung will give an update of Android Nougat in the near future.

So far, however, Samsung has mostly kept to its previous strategy. Interestingly, midrange devices such as the Galaxy C9 Pro exist, which feature more robust basics than the best that the South Korean tech giant now offers. Also, the aforementioned information shall be taken with a pinch of salt until an official release of the 128GB variant is announced.

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