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The Samsung Galaxy A6 is the company’s newest offering for the mid-range market. It does have a trick or two in mind- You get an 18.5:9 Infinity display, an octa-core CPU, and seemingly decent optics. You also get Bixby. But with the onslaught of other devices that offer better specs for extremely attractive prices, does the A6 have what it takes to square-off? We took some time out with the device, and here are our first thoughts. Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) Specs Design and Build Quality The Galaxy A6’s design seems to have a lot of reference to the J7 Pro, except that now, the capacitive buttons have been taken out, to give the device more screen. The back panel is has a matte coating, to the benefit of handling. The 5.6-inch 18.5:9 display only has HD+ resolution, so while colors are still as rich as what you’d normally get…

Rumors no more, as Samsung’s upcoming mid-range devices, the Galaxy A6 and A6+  have been revealed in the company’s Indonesian website, complete with all of its key selling points, such as the Premium Infinity Display, Live Focus, and Dual Rear cameras on the A6+. Both devices will have 18.5:9 Super AMOLED displays, with the A6 at 5.6-inches and the A6+ at 6-inches. At the helm is a 1.8GHz octa-core processor, along with 3GB of RAM on the A6, and 4GB on the A6+. Both come with 32GB of expandable storage. For imaging, the A6+ sports a dual rear camera system (16MP + 5MP) that allows the user to add a depth of field effect to photos, along with a 24MP front camera. The A6 on the other hand has a single 16MP sensor at the front and rear. Unfortunately, no water and dust protection for both devices. They do have…

There are a lot of gaps spotted in the naming convention of Samsung. There is the Samsung A5, A7 but no A6, until now that is. Two Samsung devices have been spotted in the GeekBench with SM-A600FN and SM-A605G, which possibly translates to the names: Galaxy A6 and A6+. Based on the results from, the difference in performance of these two are not that far from each other. The Samsung Galaxy A6 will use the Exynos 7870 which can be seen in several J series phones, while the Galaxy A6+ will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625. Both devices utilize an eight-core chipset, with the plus version sporting more RAM.  Infinity displays? probably. Source 1 | Source 2