Fea­ture-packed with a big screen

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The qual­ity of C9’s Pro rear cam­era is ex­cel­lent. When I tried snap­ping a few pic­tures, there was no shut­ter lag. The phone also has the abil­ity to lock fo­cus on its sub­ject fast. When it comes to video qual­ity, the phone pro­duces pretty good re­sults, in day­time and night.

Sam­sung, un­for­tu­nately, has de­cided not to in­clude a 4K record­ing fea­ture.


Gen­er­ally, the phone is an all-rounder de­spite miss­ing some of the high tech fea­tures that other phones have. Nev­er­the­less, it per­forms gen­er­ally well.

The phone’s big dis­play is a plus and the full-HD res­o­lu­tion will meet the ex­pec­ta­tion of many users. When it comes to video games, The C9 Pro han­dles them well. Ti­tles like Mod­ern Com­bat 5 and As­phalt 8 can be played at the high­est set­tings.

How­ever, the phone heats up on long video game ses­sions while charg­ing, but

it cools off.


Though lack­ing in the lat­est op­er­at­ing sys­tem, 4k record­ing and dis­play, over­all, it is still worth the money with its big screen, large ca­pac­ity bat­tery, high-end cam­eras and 6Gb of RAM.

The C9 Pro of­fers most of the fea­tures de­manded in the lat­est mid-range smart­phones and it will ap­peal to many.

It’s avail­able from RM2,299. Sam­ple pic­tures taken with the Gal­axy C9 Pro. The Sam­sung Gal­axy C9 Pro.

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