First it will release in India and then it will expand in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. Does this mean that the phone will come in Europe and rest of the world? Wait and we shall see.
Currently there aren’t any news telling us when the phone will be available in these countries, but it shouldn’t take more than a month. Just let’s hope that Samsung won’t follow the same schedule as it did for the Galaxy A9 Pro. This lead to the device being released in India four months after the debut in China.
The most iconic feature of Galaxy C9 Pro is the 16-MP selfie camera. It was was supposed to be an exclusive feature for the new Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017).