Samsung has launched several affordable devices in the past few months and the Galaxy A9 Star will be the next one, alongside its Lite sibling. A leaked poster has just surfaced online and it confirms the launch of both the devices in China, as well as the design and info about the price tag. According to the poster, they will launch in China on June 7. Both will have a totally different design from the standard A9, and they will also be different from every Samsung midrange device. The handsets will feature a glass back and a metal frame, with a dual camera in a vertical configuration placed in the same position of iPhone X’s dual setup.
Besides the dual cameras, there is a fingerprint reader, while the power key is placed on the right side of the phone, and the volume controls will be on the left. Samsung Galaxy A9 Star will have a battery with a capacity of 3700 mAh which is expected to be a long-lasting battery as the phone will sport an efficient AMOLED display. The screen will have a size of 6.28 inches, an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels. There will be no notch, but bezels will be narrow thanks to the wide aspect ratio.
Samsung Galaxy A9 Star will come with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, while we still do not know the memory configuration of its Lite variant. According to the poster, A9 Star will cost 3499 Yuan, which roughly translates into €467 or $546. The flash sales are expected to start on June 15 in China, but we still do not have official info about the availability of Galaxy A9 Star and A9 Star Lite outside of China. According to reports, the mid-rangers will also be launched in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.