The Galaxy A9 Pro could be Samsung's first Snapdragon 710-powered device
In addition to boasting Samsung’s first quadruple-camera setup, the upcoming Galaxy A9 Pro may also be the first Samsung-branded smartphone to ship with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 710 on the inside. If this is indeed the case, it solidifies expectations of an upper-midrange positioning above the current Galaxy A8 and A8+.
In terms of the design, no official renders have leaked out as of yet. However, according to sources, it seems Samsung is planning a design that will resemble that of the Galaxy A9 Star. This means that, unlike most of the brand’s recent devices, a rectangular vertical camera setup is to be expected in the top-left corner of the rear. Moreover, if Samsung chooses to skip the in-display fingerprint scanner, a square-shaped sensor will sit on the rear too. Despite the potentially odd-looking rear design, the front of the Galaxy A9 Pro will resemble most other Galaxy devices thanks to an Infinity Display.