Samsung’s next-gen Galaxy A-series phone is nearing its official launch. But, on the heels of it, the press shots of the Galaxy A6+ showed up on the internet, revealing the phone in full glory. The leaks come days after Galaxy A6+ and its younger sibling A6 received FCC certification, which is like the penultimate step before official release.
Samsung Galaxy A6+ Features (Expected)
Based on the leaks, the Samsung Galaxy A6+ has a design reminiscent of Galaxy J7 Pro, launched last year. It has a metal unibody design with U-shaped antenna bands on both top and bottom of the rear panel, center-aligned camera module along with fingerprint sensor and Samsung branding.
From the front, the Galaxy A6+ flaunt an 18:9 screen with full HD+ resolution. The top bezel sports a front camera sensor, earpiece, selfie flash, and necessary sensor whereas there is nothing at the bottom bezel. The side edges are where you will find power button and loudspeaker grill (on the right), volume rockers and SIM trays(on the left), and charging port and headphone jack (at the bottom).
Further, the leak also revealed some of the specifications of both Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+. They are expected to flaunt a 5.6-inch and 6-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED 18:9 displays, respectively, and rock Samsung Exynos 7870 Octa-core SoC, paired with 4GB RAM and 32/64 GB of internal storage.
The phone is likely to run on Android 8.0 Oreo with Experience 9.0 on top and come in Black, Blue, and Golden hues, as revealed in the images. The camera specifications and battery housed are not known as of now.
We expect more information as we inch closer to the launch event, which Samsung is yet to confirm. If reports are anything to go by the Galaxy A6 and A6+ could launch in May. So stay tuned to know the confirmed and complete specification and its price and availability of these A-series phones.