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Samsung's new Galaxy A6+ (2018) comes with a 24MP selfie camera

01 May 2018
Samsung's new Galaxy A6+ (2018) comes with a 24MP selfie camera

This smartphone will be running Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung Experience UI. Then we heard via an analyst's note to investors that the tech won't be ready in time for the Note 9 launch and that it will be held back for the Samsung Galaxy S10 instead.

The smaller of the two is the 5.6-inch Galaxy A6, which features an Infinity Display with a ratio of 18.5:9 and a rather low resolution of 1,480 x 720 pixels. The latest images do not reveal too many details about the hardware, but reports have claimed that it is powered by an octa-core Exynos 7870 SoC coupled with 3GB RAM, and features 32GB inbuilt storage. However, the storage configurations may vary in different regions. With new 128GB and 256GB storage options, consumers can take and store even more 4K movies, epic Super Slow-mo videos and fantastic low-light pictures.

There is a dual camera setup on the rear that includes a primary 16MP f/1.7 lens and the secondary 5MP f/1.9 lens for depth sensing. The South Korean giant has announced the 128GB and 256GB Storage variants of the new Galaxy S9 phones. Samsung is expected to come up with the Galaxy A6 as a mid-range device this month. The phones allow you to expand the memory by using a microSD card upto 400GB. While we don't expect the design to deviate much from what we've seen on the Note 8, let's hope Samsung push the limits once more with the technology it bundles in the Galaxy Note 9. Thus, the phone will support bokeh mode to blur the background. The first thing they showed was the phone sporting a 16MP camera sensor on the front and back with an aperture of f/1.9 and f/1.7 respectively.

4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz), Bluetooth 5, and GPS, USB Type-C. It would, however, mark the largest battery fitted into a Samsung smartphone and detract from the usual conservative nature of battery capacity in its devices. If you may remember, we once mentioned the Galaxy A6 and A6+ will actually be known as the Galaxy J8 and J8+ in some markets.