Samsung is about the add one more member to the Galaxy C family, after introducing the Galaxy C5 and C7 earlier this year. According to several reports, the manufacturer is currently working at the Samsung Galaxy C9, which should make its debut somewhere in November
Until now, it was already spotted on India’s import-export website, Zauba, as well as on the United States FCC certification site, so it’s more than obvious that it’s just a matter of weeks until it will be officially presented.
Even more, Samsung posted a teaser on their official Weibo account, which, even though it doesn’t reveal that much, except one of the phone’s edges, it’s obvious that it’s a hint at the Galaxy C9. It also reads a line, “The next big thing is coming”, meaning that this handset will be more than just a mid-range model.
According to the FCC listings, where the phone is code named SM-C9000, the Samsung Galaxy C9 will be powered by a 4000 mAh battery and feature 4G LTE support, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct and Bluetooth 4.2.
Moving on with the specs, it will come with a massive 6.0″ Super AMOLED display, with a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, being powered by a Snapdragon 652 octa-core chip. The latter is paired with an Adreno GPU and an impressive amount of RAM, counting a total of 6 GB, joining a very select club of handsets with so much memory.
The camera department will be represented by a 16 MP snapper on the back, as well as on the front, making the Samsung Galaxy C9 an excellent selfie phone.
Finally, in terms of software, the phone should be powered by Android 6.1 Marshmallow, customized with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface.
The Galaxy C9 is rumoured to make it to the United States around mid-November, despite the fact that the previous Galaxy C models were made available just for China.