It's official! Samsung's latest mid-range smartphones, Galaxy A6 and A6+, will come with Infinity display or Super AMOLED screens. The Korean manufacturer has revealed this on their official Indonesian site. Even though the prices haven't been listed, the Galaxy A6 is likely to be in the range of Euro 300 – 340 (roughly Rs. 24,000 – 27,000), while the Galaxy A6+ will cost around Euro 360 – 400 (approximately Rs. 28,000 – 32,000). The new Galaxy A series will have four colour variants – Black, Gold, Blue and Lavender.
Both the Galaxy A6 and the A6+ come fully loaded with features like Dolby Atmos, Face Recognition and Fingerprint scanning to unlock the device, App Pair and the very helpful Always on Display, which lets the users get information at a glance without unlocking their phone, saving both time and battery life. They also come with Bixby, Samsung's digital voice-assistant.
Both Galaxy A6 and A6+ have 18.5:9 screen ratio, but the former boasts a 5.6-inch HD+ (720×1480 pixels) screen. Both front and rear cameras in the Galaxy A6 are 16-megapixel. The selfie shooter has f/1.9 aperture, while the primary camera has f/1.7 aperture. The Galaxy A6 has 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, which is expandable up to 256GB, thanks to a microSD card slot, and powered by an octa-core processor 1.6GHz processor. It also comes with a 3,000mAh battery.
Galaxy A6+ sports a bigger 6-inch FHD+ display (1080 x 2220 pixels) and comes with dual rear cameras, a 16-megapixel as the primary lens with f/1.7 aperture and 5-megapixel secondary lens with f/1.9 aperture. It also comes with Live Focus function and, of course, bokeh effect. The selfie camera is 24-megapixel with f/1.9 aperture. The Galaxy A6+ is powered by a 1.8 GHz octa-core processor with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, which is expandable up to 400GB via a microSD card slot. The phone has a 3,500 mAh battery.
According to the Samsung site, these two smartphones will be available in select European, Asian and Latin American markets, before rolling out globally to additional markets throughout South Korea, Africa and China.