After the launch of Galaxy A8 and A8+, leaks have now started coming up for its next mid-range device. Samsung is expected to launch its Galaxy A6 and A6+ very soon and almost all the specs have now been leaked on the Internet. Although the device has been listed on the company’s support website, not much information was revealed earlier. However, recent leaks have revealed almost all the internal components of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+.
Both the devices are expected to Launch with Infinity Displays
The Samsung Galaxy A6 is expected to come with a 5.6-inch FHD screen while Galaxy A8+ will have a 6.0-inch Full HD display. Both the devices will have Infinity display with a resolution of 1080*2220 pixels. The device follows the latest 18:9 Aspect Ratio design with a pixel density of 441ppi (pixels-per-inch). The Samsung Galaxy A6 will be powered by Exynos 7870 SoC with 3GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. On the other hand, Galaxy A6+ will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC with 4GB of RAM and 32 GB internal storage.
This leak is almost same as the previous ones, but as these are not from the official sources so we never know the exact specification of the device. These 2 devices were previously spotted on US FCC Website and according to that, Galaxy A6+ was expected to launch with Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC rather than Snapdragon 450. Snapdragon 625 is definitely a better and powerful processor than Snapdragon 450 SoC. The Snapdragon 450 SoC was launched with Redmi 5 and is a power efficient processor. Both the devices are also expected to launch with the latest Android Oreo Operating System with Samsung Experience 9.0.
Apart from these 2 smartphones, Samsung is also planning to launch its Flagship device Samsung Galaxy Note 9 very soon. A recent render video recently released on YouTube shows the expected design of the smartphone based on recent leaks. The official release dates, availability, and pricing of all these smartphones are not known. But we can expect Samsung to hint the details closer to the launch.