The South Korean giant looks all set to announce its new midrange smartphones Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+. Both the devices a couple of days back received American FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance certification revealing some of the specifications.
Now as the launch gets closer, Plus variant surfaces on brand’s official Polish website. According to the website, the Plus variant of the midranger will come with a model number SM-A605FN/DS.
Considering the model number’s last two letters, it seems the device will come with a dual SIM slot. Moreover, the listed model number appeared on the listings of FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance.
The latest tweet from the well-known tipster reveals the A6+ will sport a 6.0-inch FHD+ Infinity Display bearing a resolution of 2220 × 1080 pixels and pixel density of 441 ppi. While for the A6, it gets 5.6-inch FHD+ Infinity Display bearing a resolution of 2220 × 1080 pixels and pixel density of 441 ppi.
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Further, the device alongside its standard sibling also got listed on Geekbench, revealing Exynos SoC under the hood seen on most of Samsung mid-rangers. It is expected to be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Mobile Platform clocked at a maximum speed of 2 GHz which is further mated with 4 GB of RAM.
Both the devices are said to offer 32GB of expandable storage and will boot Android Oreo out of the box.
Moving towards the performance, the device manages a score of 739 points in a single-core test while in the multi-core test it was able to score 3469 points.
For the standard A6 sibling, Geekbench reveals an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7870 processor mated with 3 GB of RAM powering the device. The score pulled by the A6 on its single-core test is 723 points and a score of 3605 points in multi-core test.
There are no official words on the price or availability of the devices, but the frequent leaks and reports suggest the launch is near. Kindly stay tuned for more emerging updates.