Coolpad Cool 9 with dual rear cameras launched at Rs 6,000 approximately 

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Coolpad has launched its latest entry-level handset in China dubbed as Cool 9. While the handset manufacturer might not be active in India, it has certainly been actively launching handsets. Last we heard from the brand in India was in February this year when they launched the Cool 3.  Let’s below talk about the Coolpad Cool 9. 

Also read: Coolpad Cool 3 with Dewdrop notch and Android 9 Pie launched in India at Rs 5,999

Coolpad Cool 9 Specifications

Sporting a 5.71-inch IPS LCD screen with HD+ resolution pixels (1520 x 720), which comes with an aspect ratio of 19:9. It is powered by a MediaTek A22 processor, which is accompanied by a 4GB of RAM. As far as the storage is concerned, it offers a 64GB storage, which can be expanded via microSD card slot. 

Running on the Cool UI 9.0 based on the Android Pie, it is said to come with preloaded apps. The handset offers dual rear camera support, where the primary lens is of 13MP and secondary lens is of 0.3MP. Whereas on the front you’d see a 5MP resolution selfie snapper. 

Coolpad Cool 9

Talking about the connectivity, it has a dual-SIM, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, and 3.5mm audio jack. There is a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, but the brand also offers Face Unlock feature on its new device. It comes with a 3000 mAh capacity battery and a micro USB 2.0 port. 

Coolpad Cool 9 Price

The new Coolpad Cool 9 would be available for purchase in China from June 6 in three colour editions – Aurora, Satin Red, and Dragon Glass Black. Right now, it is unknown whether this handset would be coming to India or not. But it certainly seems to have a place in the market as far as the specs and China pricing is concerned. 

What do you guys think of the Coolpad Cool 9 smartphone launch? Should it arrive in India? Let us know in the comment section below. 

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