The upcoming Samsung Galaxy C9 is likely not going to be seen in the United States market, but it’s internals may show up in a later Galaxy handset. The Galaxy C9 is going to pack in a generous 6GB of RAM which should conceivable help run the apps and processes on your smartphone much faster. The OnePlus 3 already has 6GB of RAM, so Samsung while they won’t be the first to pack in the power, they will be one of the first major OEM’s to do so. While some may argue the benefit of packing in so much RAM into a smartphone, it is a specs driven game and more specs generally helps your sales. With all the trouble Samsung has found themselves in lately concerning the Galaxy Note7, it’s going to be interesting to see how well the Galaxy C9 will be received.
A set of benchmark results discovered through Geekbench potentially reveal the Galaxy C9 will share the A9’s 6-inch screen and Snapdragon 652 processor, but double the RAM to 6GB. Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow is also listed on the test results.
The rumor is that Samsung will pop the top on the Galaxy C9 some time in October. I really wouldn’t be surprised to see the next version of the Galaxy Note or any of the high end Galaxy series in the U.S. come with 6GB of RAM in the future. I think Samsung’s larger obstacle is the public relations nightmare they created for themselves through this whole Note7 battery explosion issue. While Samsung has done well in admitting to the problem and trying to fix it, unveiling new phones with bigger specs might not be enough for people to trust the company again.
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