Samsung Galaxy A6+ Surfaced on Official website, launch imminent

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Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy A6 series is coming soon. Recently the Galaxy A6 and A6+ devices passed through FCC and Geekbench, which revealed some information about the device and its offerings. Now, we got a confirmation from the official Samsung website. The Galaxy A6+ was listed on Samsung Poland’s website with the model number SM-A605FN/DS. This confirms that the devices are coming soon to the markets. Some internal sources revealed that the company would launch the A6 series in some select markets such as Russia, Europe and the Middle East.

Certainly, that was a mistake by the website development team at Samsung. They accidentally revealed the device listing, and it confirmed that the device exists in reality. However, the official listing doesn’t reveal any specifications and other information about the device; it just confirms the model name and number. But the FCC listing reveals the complete specifications of the devices. As per the leaked information from FCC and Geekbench, the Galaxy A6 is suggested to sport an Exynos 7870 SoC, coupled with 3GB of RAM. Additionally, the phone is said to run Samsung Experience 9.0 on top of Android Oreo.

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The Galaxy A6+ will be a premium variant of the series, and it will feature much better specifications. It runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. The presence of onscreen navigation controls on the screenshots suggests the absence of a physical home button on the Galaxy A6 range. We could also see an Infinity Display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio on the smartphones.  However, these devices will fall under midrange category and will cost around Rs. 15000-18000. But we don’t have any official information about the price and the availability. Considering the official website listing, the official announcement could happen anytime soon.

Source SAMSUNG POLAND

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