[image] Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy A9; it features a Fingerprint Sensor

Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy A9; it features a Fingerprint Sensor

December 23, 2015
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The wait is over!

Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy A9. The Samsung Galaxy A9 was one of the most anticipated of smartphones of 2015 owing to the fact that it is the flagship smartphone of the fantastic Galaxy A range.

It was already in fact previously leaked that Samsung was working on the Galaxy A9. Leaks about the smartphone pointed a fantastic technical profile that included a massive 6.0-inch Full HD display and 3GB RAM.

[image] Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy A9; it features a Fingerprint Sensor

The leaks were pretty much accurate and the Samsung Galaxy A9 features a technical specification profile that will definitely disrupt the market in 2016.

It is now official that the Galaxy A9 offers a 6.0-inch 1080p Full HD curved display, 3 GB RAM, a 13 MP camera for general photography, an 8 MP snapper for your selfies and a massive 4,000 mAh. This is in addition to the powerful 64-bit Octa-core Processor and a finger-print sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy A9 will bury its competition as it in fact features specifications that rival Samsung’s 2014 flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note5.

Such premium specifications will definitely demand a premium price tag. It will, therefore, be interesting to see how Samsung will price the smartphone. Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy A9 pricing information early in 2016.

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Kevin is a Passionate Technology Enthusiast and the Lead Writer at MobiTrends. He has been writing about Smartphones and Mobile Technology since 2012. Drop him your comments below :)

  • Eunice Ndiranguh

    Awesome phone…..

    Now Kevin I have question.. I received the Lollipop update on my Galaxy A5 but I don’t want to install it coz of all the bugs I’ve seen people complain about, so I’m asking how do I get rid of it coz it won’t move from my notifications panel? I fear I might accidentally click install and I’m not ready to move from KitKat yet. Kindly advise.

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    • Hi Eunice,

      Totally understand your predicament. I once updated to the next version of Android and totally regretted the decision.

      To fix it, try this, tap and hold on the notification. Tap on the “App Info” and then uncheck Show Notification.

      Also, tap on the clear cache to delete any files in the cache. Reboot the smartphone.

      If this fails, you might have to root your smartphone and get a bit dirty with the firmware. You however, always have the nuclear option of backing up your files and resetting that beautiful smartphone.

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      • Eunice Ndiranguh

        Oh men, can’t believe I either have to root it or reset it. The first option of unchecking the notification didn’t work…. even after rebooting it keeps coming back.
        Thank you all the same, I appreciate your help.

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