The Samsung C9 Pro has now officially arrived in the market and we have received many requests for our opinion and user review for the Samsung C9 Pro. Therefore after using the device for almost 10 days, we have summed up the pros and cons of this device so that you can better decide regarding this device.
Before giving you the pros and cons of this device, let’s quickly have a look over its specifications:
The Samsung C9 Pro is equipped with a 1.44GHz octa-core Qualcomm snapdragon processor. It has 6GB of RAM. This device has an internal storage of 64GB which can be extended up to 256GB via SD card. Talking about the camera, Samsung C9 Pro has a 16 MP camera on both front and back side. The Samsung C9 Pro is run by Android 6.0. The Samsung C9 Pro has a 4000mAh battery which is non-removable. Measurements of this device are 169.90×80.70x 6.90 and its weighs just below 190grams.
Now we give you the pros and cons of this device:
The 6 inch Full HD screen of The Samsung C9 Pro is really good and gives a wonderful viewing experience, even in bright sunlight is works very well and there were no complaints regarding the display in any areas.
Samsung has not compromised on any sensor on the device; Samsung has given all the sensors that wanted by the users like compass sensor etc. and it also have NFC.
The Samsung C9 Pro has a fluid and easy multi window support, you can minimize on page and use another, or you can use split window feature, both work really well.
It supports fast charging and battery life is good but it could have been better.
The Samsung C9 Pro has an “always on” feature that gives a brief knowledge that what’s going on in your device, like time etc. and the most amazing this is that it doesn’t drains out your battery.
Finger print scanner is very good and smooth.
The Samsung C9 Pro has dual setup of speakers that gives you a good sound quality but in the terms on loudness, the device is just average.
The Samsung C9 Pro has a huge 6GB RAM, the management of RAM is done very well and the user interface is very good.
This device has no overheating issues even after we played heavy games like mortal combat on this device.
Sound quality given by the headphone jack of the device is average and sub-standard even after we played songs on high quality headphones. But you can change the audio quality settings for a better experience.
The camera lacks optical image stabilizer, the camera quality is not good when the photos are clicked in indoor or low lighting areas.
The camera lacks a support of 4K video recording, slow motion video recording that we find it nowadays in smartphones of this range easily.
Priced at around Rs.37,000, Kninevox feels that at this price, the device is not offering much as you are required to pay for this device. Given that camera quality also, we don’t feel that this is a must buy device at this high price. There are better smartphones available cheaper than The Samsung C9 Pro like One plus 3T and that offers a better camera also.
You can buy this device only if you are a huge Samsung fan and you don’t like to use any other brand. Otherwise, you can get better feature smartphones at a cheaper price than this device.