10/8/16

Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro review: Insane battery life makes this one a winner

We liked the Galaxy A9. The 6-inch phablet’s claim to fame was its enormous 4,000 mAh battery, and it was also the most feature-packed smartphone in the Galaxy A lineup. A few months later, Samsung came out with the Galaxy A9 Pro for the Chinese market. The A9 Pro became the first mid-range Samsung device to feature 4GB of RAM, and the company also made the phone every so slightly thicker to upgrade the 4,000 mAh cell in the regular A9 to a 5,000 mAh unit. That’s the biggest battery we have ever seen on a Galaxy smartphone, and it’s Samsung’s answer to the slew of Chinese smartphones that have been launching in recent times with large batteries.

The Galaxy A9 Pro also gets a rear camera upgrade to a 16-megapixel sensor (the regular A9 has a 13 MP primary camera) and comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. We managed to get our hands on a review unit following the A9 Pro’s recent launch in India, and I’ve been using it as my primary device for more than a week. We’ve already reviewed the Galaxy A9, and since the Pro retains most of the features of its non-Pro sibling, our review of the A9 Pro will be mainly about what’s different. In short, it will be a quick read, but you will hopefully be able to make a decision on whether the A9 Pro is worth your money by the end of it.

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