Back in May 2016, Samsung launched two smartphones under its Galaxy C series – Galaxy C5 and the Galaxy C7. And now it seems that
the South Korean tech giant is all set to add a third member to the line-up – the Galaxy C9.
As reported by SamMobile website, the handset in question will have the model number SM-C9000 and will be codenamed ‘Amy’. It is also
rumoured that the smartphone’s design will be in line with the two Galaxy C devices launched previously. Although Samsung has not
mentioned anything about the device, it is expected that the C9 will be a mid-range device. It’s also expected to have a fingerprint sensor.

Based on the past models’ display sizes, the Galaxy C9 might come with a larger screen size. For those unaware, the Galaxy C5 and the
Galaxy C7 smartphones have 5.2-inch and 5.7-inch displays respectively.

Samsung is also reportedly planning to launch the 6GB RAM/128GB storage variant of its flagship phablet – Galaxy Note 7, in China on
August 26.

As per Korean Times’ report last week, Samsung’s Mobile chief Dong Jin Koh said at a conference in Seoul that the company plans to
introduce the 128GB version of the phone in China.
He further added that Samsung will start rolling out Android Nougat 7.0 update for its smartphones in 2 to 3 months, after gathering
feedback from the users. Recently, a Galaxy Note 7 variant with 6GB RAM/128GB ROM was spotted on certification website Tenaa in China.