Except for their prices and availability, everything about the Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ is confirmed, thanks to Samsung itself. The product page dedicated to the two smartphones is already up on the company’s Indonesian website.
The images on the site show devices that have the same rear-design language as the Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro, which was released in the Philippines in July 2017 for a suggested retail price of P15,990 (about $308). The front’s Infinity display, of course, is inherited from the more recent A series models.
The Plus variant gets a larger, better AMOLED screen with a high aspect ratio; two rear cameras; a front camera with a higher megapixel count; and a bigger battery. Its unspecified octa-core processor has a higher clock rate, and that chip is paired with more RAM. The device also accepts microSD cards with up to 400GB of memory.
However, the Samsung Galaxy A6+ and Galaxy A6 share the same security features and internal storage. Both also support Bixby Vision, Bixby Home, and Bixby Reminder.
You can see how the bigger A6 stacks up against its smaller sibling in the specs-comparison sheet below.
We’re not sure if the Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ will be made available in the Philippines. If they will be, then they’ll join these four Galaxy A series units that are currently on the local market:
- Galaxy A8+: P32,990 or $636
- Galaxy A8: P26,990 or $520
- Galaxy A7 (2017): P21,990 or $424 (from P23,990 or $462)
- Galaxy A5 (2017): P17,990 or $347 (from P19,990 or $385)
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