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'Samsung wants to release unannounced Galaxy A6 smartphones in May'

According to information from the German site WinFuture, Samsung wants to release its unannounced Galaxy A6 and A6 + in May. The site publishes the full specs and images of the two new devices.

From a post on the WinFuture site published information is to make clear that the A6 a 5.6 “-oled screen with a resolution of 1480×720 pixels and has an aspect ratio of 18.5: 9. This version runs on an Exynos 7870-soc from Samsung with a clock frequency of 1.6GHz.The memory according WinFuture depends on where the smartphone is purchased, so there are variants with 3GB ram and 32GB storage, and versions with 4GB ram and 64GB storage.
The memory can be expanded up to 256GB with a micro SD card and there is space for two nanosim cards.The battery capacity is 3000mAh and the device has both at the front and at the back a sixteen-megapixel camera, on the back there is also a fingerprint scanner under the camera.

A6 +, via WinFuture

The Galaxy A6 + differs from the g uderlier version by a larger 6 “screen with a resolution of 2220×1080 pixels, but with the same screen ratio. In contrast to earlier rumors this device runs according to WinFuture on a Snapdragon 450-soc from Samsung with a clock speed of 1.8GHz. Also with this device the memory configuration differs per country, but the maximum storage is 400GB. Another difference with the A6 is the double camera on the back, where the primary camera is a sixteen-mile pixel model. At the front is a 24-megapixel model and there is support for live focus .
The battery is also bigger, with a capacity of 3500mAh. Loading is also done via usb-c, while the A6 goes via micro-usb. Furthermore, the larger model has support for bluetooth 5.0, in contrast to support for version 4.2 on the A6. Both devices run on Android 8.1. The price of the A6 would be between 300 and 340 euros, while the A6 + would get a price between 360 and 400 euros.

 

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