The Samsung Galaxy C9 has been spotted twice on Indian export import website Zauba earlier.
Samsung Galaxy C9, which was recently spotted on Indian export import website Zauba, has now been spotted on GeekBench benchmarking website. The new C series smartphone from Samsung has the model number SM-C9000 and is codenamed 'Amy'.
In the GeekBench listing, the Samsung Galaxy C9 got 1304 points in single-core test and in muli-core test it received 4366 points. As per the listing on Geekbench, the Samsung Galaxy C9 has 6GB RAM and Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 1.40 GHz quad core processor. The handset is based on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The model number of the handset in the GeekBench listing is also SM-C9000.
The Samsung Galaxy C9 has been spotted twice on Indian export import website Zauba earlier. One listing showed 5.7 inch display while the latest Zauba listing shows 6 inch display of the phone.
As per previous reports, Samsung Galaxy C9 will be launched within the next two months. So most probably the device will be coming in between October and November.
Samsung launched the C series earlier this year in May, with the Galaxy C5 and Galaxy C7. The Galaxy C5 with 5.2 inch display was launched at CNY 2200 (approximately Rs 22,000) and the C7 with 5.7 inch display at starting price of CNY 2599 which is roughly Rs 26,000.
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