At an event in Bhubaneshwar earlier today, South Korean smartphone giant, Samsung announced their first C series smartphone in India. Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, it is the company’s first phone to come featured with 6GB of RAM.

The Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro resembles the last year’s Galaxy A9 Pro in terms of specifications as it comes with a massive 6-inch display, coupled with 6GB of RAM and Snapdragon 653 chipset. The Snapdragon 653 is an octa-core chip, which will be slightly faster than the Snapdragon 652 used in the Galaxy A9 Pro, however, the phone has 6GB of RAM, when compared to the 4GB of RAM in the latter.

Hardware wise, the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro comes with 64GB of internal storage with support for expandable storage up to 256GB via a microSD card slot. The Galaxy C9 Pro comes packed with a 16MP camera on both front and rear and both of them feature f/1.9 aperture and can record videos of 1080p resolution.

This massive 6-inch phablet boots Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and comes with a 4000mAh battery. Also, Samsung might roll out the Android 7.0 Nougat update to this phone as well.

Speaking at the launch of the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro, Aditya Babbar, Deputy General Manager of Mobile Business, Samsung, said as follows:  “India is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets. Consumer trends indicate that more users prefer larger screen smartphones. With the introduction of the Galaxy C9 Pro, we continue our commitment to offer our customers the very best of features and technology.”

As said earlier, the Galaxy C9 Pro is priced at Rs. 36,900 and will be available to preorder from January 26. However, Samsung will start shipping the phone only in February.