I love Samsung A6! I don't have any problem using it. It has long battery life and the camera is the best. It's not lagging also don't have problem playing games on this phone, never over heat yet while playing games. I download many apps too. The price really worth it.. I don't know why others feel triggered with the Samsung brand's price. Thank you for this Smartphone i enjoy using it.
- 28 Oct 2018
I cannot understand how Samsung can hope sell this expensive pile of crap.
- 26 Sep 2018
Nice mobile phone!
- 12 Sep 2018
- Mbolie Nhankert
so yu mean galaxy a5 2017 it's better than A6 2018? ??
- 26 Aug 2018
sam-seng, 07 Aug 2018Why got notch at the back cover. Its look weird and cheap.it are antenna line's!! notch? wath are you talking about?
- 17 Aug 2018
- Mike D
When I was still deciding which unit to get given my budget and research, it was whether to choose Huawei or Samsung. I decided to go with Samsung, in particular Samsung A6 (2018).
A6 has a great design and size for my purpose (mainly for calls and emails, no games at all).
Comparable Huawei units at the price of Samsung A6 (which is about USD 271 as of July 2018 for the 32GB variant in the Philippines) for me just don't feel right. My personal preference is that -- should be around 5.5" in screen size, should not indicate brand name at the front, and finger sensor should be at the back. At the mid-range level, this is not possible with Huawei.
On to Samsung A6, I noticed that it feels slower than my old Huawei GR3 2017 (AKA P8 Lite) which for me has a snappier UI. I just addressed this in my A6 by doing the following steps including among others:
- removing/ disabling Samsung bloatware
- removing widgets at the home page (I think this consumes some memory and battery power)
- minimising the fading effects in transitions by turning on the Developer Options in the Settings, and setting the "Window animation scale" and "Transition animation scale" to 0.5x
After the above (among other streamlining steps), my Samsung A6 now feels snappier/ faster. Nonetheless, I still prefer the Huawei UI in general.
- 14 Aug 2018
Why got notch at the back cover. Its look weird and cheap.
- 07 Aug 2018
- Daniel Kip
The worst phone I have ever bought on this price. No notification lights, charging lights etc. Useless...
- 06 Aug 2018
How about the battery life?
- 30 Jul 2018
Y samsung is committing mistake?
Y didn't they keep fast charging in A6???
- 06 Jul 2018
Gujjar, 23 Jun 2018I want to buy galaxy A6 but i'm confused with it that rathe... morea5 2017 is better if you ask me
you can get fast charging as well as ip68 protection
it looks premium too compare to the a6
- 25 Jun 2018
- itsAokay 6112
Gujjar, 23 Jun 2018I want to buy galaxy A6 but i'm confused with it that rathe... moreAfter using it in a store I found that you can't hard press to use the navigation keys but they give haptic feedback when pressed.
- 24 Jun 2018
I want to buy galaxy A6 but i'm confused with it that rather i buy A6 or galaxy A5 2017 because it has premium look and fast charhing and water resistent please help me.
- 23 Jun 2018
It unfortunatelly does not have haptic feedback for navigation keys.
- 22 Jun 2018
Hi Guys, Anyone know how to make this phone open line to all networks.
- 19 Jun 2018
Gandalfdenvite, 18 Jun 20185.6-inch but only 720p, that is not ok!Mali t830 mp1 can't run well on 1080 they should have at least made the gpu mp3or 4
- 19 Jun 2018
- Techno Proxy
Owesome phone in budget...
Battery life is better...
Camera also better....
- 19 Jun 2018
- from zero to hero
Anonymous, 18 Jun 2018My eyes care.That was a sarcasm, you know in 2018, 300 (or 250) euros and HD+..
Then again, S8, maybe is little older, but that last year flagship have way better resolution than HD+ (if you set) and for similar price. If is a Samsung branding a must have on phone.
Even S9 is 400-450 euros only, now.
This is a good low end device for 2018, just price is maybe to high (150-180 euros is more apeling).
- 19 Jun 2018
- The objective Guy
Anonymous, 17 Jun 2018Just wondering what the use of A serious of Samsung since t... moreAlthough I would not recommend this phone to anyone, I know the phones you mention are not priced the same across the world, therefore you can't always expect to get let's say an S8 for the same price as an A8 (2018).
In the US this is possible because lots of high end phones are sold through carriers and rebates are still a thing, you can pick mint shape iPhone 7 for 350 USD or a mint shape S8 for around 400.
No way I'd recommend an S7 these days. Most of these phones have a tired battery (unless you purchase a new one, which won't be that cheap after all) and are nearing the end of the road for updates. I'd gladky pick an A5 or A7 from last year or maybe a regular A8 though, those enjoy great SW support from Samsung and are not that expensive anymore. Of course there are lots of value priced options from other brands that are worth looking for
- 18 Jun 2018