Mainstream smartphones are still getting bigger and bigger every year, it seems, and Samsung couldn’t help but notice this trend. As a consequence, it’s expanded its ‘premium mid-range’ A series with a new 6-inch offering this January – the Galaxy A9 (2016).
This device pairs a 1080p Super AMOLED touchscreen with the Snapdragon 652 chipset – fittingly, as it turns out, because that happens to be Qualcomm’s premier upper-midrange chip. So the SoC and the entire phone itself are perfectly aligned in this respect, with 3GB of RAM in there to make multitasking a breeze.
Our quick video review of the Galaxy A9 (2016) is embedded below.
If you want to find out even more details about this handset, then make sure you go through our comprehensive written review as well. It should help you figure out if this device is for you or not. It certainly has plenty of strengths for its price range.