The phones come with Infinity Displays, dual cameras, and more.
Samsung's launching four new mid-range phones in India, including the Galaxy A6, A6+, J6, and J8.
Starting first at the A6 and A6+, we got a look at these two phones in late April when Samsung's Indonesia website quietly listed them without any fanfare. Just like before, the A6 and A6+ both come with Super AMOLED Infinity Displays, with the A6 using a 5.6-inch HD+ screen and the A6+ going up to a 6-inch FHD+ one.
Both phones have 16MP cameras on the back, but only the A6+ has a secondary 5MP shooter as well. As for front-facing cameras, the A6 has a 16MP sensor while the A6+'s comes in at 24MP.
The Galaxy A6 uses Samsung's Exynos 7 processor, 4GB, 32 or 64GB of storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery. Alternatively, the A6+ has the Snapdragon 450, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a 3,500 mAh battery. Both have a metal unibody design, expandable storage up to 256GB, and Android Oreo.
Moving over to the J6 (pictured on the right) and J8, these two phones are less powerful, yet more affordable, than the A6 series. Samsung's Super AMOLED Infinity Displays are still present, but the resolution is bumped down to HD+ for both the 5.6-inch J6...