Galaxy A6+ launch imminent, briefly appears on Samsung website
Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ are nearing their launch, as seen on a website of the Korean company. The Polish division accidentally uploaded a webpage for a phone with the model number SM-A605FN/DS that is most likely the Galaxy A6+'s dual SIM version.
The A605FN moniker already appeared on multiple regulator pages, including the FCC and Wi-Fi certification websites, making it easier to connect the dots.
Benchmarks from last month suggested the Galaxy A6+ will have Snapdragon 625, 4 GB RAM and Android Oreo, most likely with Samsung’s in-house UI on top. The phone, along with its smaller sibling Galaxy A6, is bound to arrive in three markets - Europe, Russia, and the Middle East, according to earlier reports.
- Jitu patel
- 14 Apr 2018
Ram = 10gb
- 08 Apr 2018
At least SD 630 or SD 636. They're newer than SD 625 and some phones already have one of them.
- S8 User
- 05 Apr 2018
My first smartphone had less than 1GB of RAM and it worked fine for long time after I bought it. And flagships of that time had 1GB of RAM. Then, soon after that 2GB of RAM was next "big thing" and it stayed that way for a long time. Then we saw ...