After launching the Galaxy C9 Pro exclusively in China last October, Samsung is gradually expanding its availability, both region-wise and color-wise.
Region-wise the head-turner phone will enter the Bangladesh market soon where the device has appeared for pre-booking today.
Samsung’s first 6GB RAM smartphone, the Galaxy C9 Pro has already hit the markets in Hong Kong, where it was released in the first week of January this year. This was followed by its release in India on January 18th at a price of Rs 36,900.
And going by the recent Wi-Fi certification the Galaxy C9 Pro received recently, its release in Australia and New Zealand should be just round the corner.
Color-wise, it was available in Gold and Pink Gold (or Rose Gold) at the time of launch, with the addition of Matte Black color variant later. But the black Color C9 Pro was first exclusive to China, before moving out to Hong Kong a week back.
The Galaxy C9 Pro has a premium metal body design combining great specs with an aesthetic flair giving. Other specs include 6.0-inch Full HD IPS display, Snapdragon 653 SoC, 6GB of RAM paired with 64GB of expandable storage, 16MP camera combo. Charging up all these features is 4,000 mAh battery with fast charging. Sadly, it boots Android v6.0.1 Marshmallow.
And oh, BTW! every who pre-books the phone in Bangladesh will receive a free Samsung Scoop Bluetooth speaker.