Samsung’s mid-range smartphones is definitely not a thing to watch these days. The company’s J-series lineup looks pretty bland and it’s definitely not doing any justice to Samsung’s sales figure either. However, the newly launched Galaxy A6 and A6 Plus look like devices that could possibly spark Samsung’s mid-range lineup.
Both the Galaxy A6 and A6 Plus comes with a 5.6-inch and 6-inch Super AMOLED display respectively. Although there are some perks to having an AMOLED display, the Galaxy A6 misses out a 1080p display.
Aside from that, both phones are powered by separate chipsets as well. The Galaxy A6 has an Exynos 7870 processor, while the A6 Plus is befitted with a similar power-efficient Snapdragon 450 chipset.
Regardless of what it has to offer inside, both phones come with equally well-configured cameras. The Galaxy A6 has a single 16MP sensor at the rear, while its bigger brother has a dual-camera setup of 16MP+5MP. The front is no slouch either, the A6 has a similar 16MP selfie snapper, whereas the A6 Plus sees a bigger upgrade to an impressive 24MP one.
Pricing and Availability
As for the pricing, the Samsung Galaxy A6 is priced at Rs. 39,890, whilst the A6 Plus carries a price tag of Rs. 44,390. Although the price seems to be on a heavier side, the phone’s an ideal choice for those who prefer Samsung over any other brands. On top of that, Samsung’s 6-months breakage insurance and a 6GB free Ncell data is an icing on the cake.
Both phones will be available through authorized retailers located across the nation starting today.