Samsung Galaxy A6+ reaches TENAA looking more like a Galaxy J phone

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Samsung Galaxy A6+ reaches TENAA looking more like a Galaxy J phone

Many details of the handset have been revealed in the listing, confirming several previous reports that had tipped features of the upcoming Samsung smartphone.

Come Q3 this year, Samsung is expected to launch their next major smartphone and it is the Galaxy Note 9.

According to fresh leaks, Samsung is now hard at work to add a new member to the A-series family.

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The Samsung Galaxy A6 is going to feature a 5.6 inches HD+ (1480 x 720) resolution Super AMOLED display with 18.5:9 Infinity display. This has been bound to happen, with Samsung already endeavoring to execute the innovation in both the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 before coming up short on time.

Similar to most Galaxy models that come in pairs, the smaller A6 has a 3,000mAh battery while the A6+ gets a larger 3,500mAh capacity. Multiple leaks and rumours have surfaced lately and now detailed specifications and design of the two smartphones have been leaked. As for the front camera, it will feature a whopping 24MP sensor with f/1.9 aperture and LED flash. The bigger A6+ even has a dual-camera setup for parallax-based bokeh, and both cameras sport 16MP f/1.7 primary shooters. Just like the other variants, they too support external expansion up to 400GB via microSD cards. In low light situations, it has screen flash with LED assistance. Same processor, same battery, same display, same everything. In our opinion, the Galaxy A6 Plus will be a much better buy than the Galaxy A6. In terms of connectivity, there is NFC and Samsung Pay support, Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi, and Global Positioning System.

Talking about the pricing, the Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus will have a price between €360 and €400 ($434-$480). The Galaxy A6 is expected to be priced between 300 and 340 euros - which is roughly around Rs 24,000 - Rs 27,000.

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