Samsung Galaxy A6, Tab A 10.5, Galaxy J7 (2018) and J3 (2018) come to the US

Ivan, 07 September 2018

Today Samsung announced that it will bolster its midrange roster in the US by adding the Galaxy A6 (2018), Galaxy J7 (2018), Galaxy J3 (2018) and the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 to it.

The Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) has a 5.6-inch 720x1480px Super AMOLED display, Exynos 7870 Octa chipset, 4GB of RAM, 3.000mAh battery and a 16MP f/1.7 main and 16MP f/1.9 selfie cameras.

It will retail from $360 through Samsung's own website and through Sprint (price yet to be confirmed, but likely free on contract), starting September 14.

Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018)
Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018)

The midrange counterpart to the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 tablet, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 offers a 10.5-inch 1200x1920px IPS LCD screen, Snapdragon 450 chipset with 3GB of RAM and a 7.300mAh battery. There are also two cameras on board - an 8MP f/1.9 main and 5MP f/2.2 selfie snapper.

The Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (Wi-Fi) will retail through Amazon,, Walmart (online and in stores) starting September 14 for $330.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5\ Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5\
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5

The Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) has a 5.5-inch 720x1080px display and a pair of 13MP cameras while the Galaxy J3 (2018) has a 5.0-inch 720x1080px display and a 8MP main and 5MP selfie camera.

Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018)
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) • Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018)

Both devices will start selling, unlocked, on September 14 for $250 and $170 respectively.


Reader comments

  • why why
  • 10 Sep 2018
  • PF9

because most people have no idea what version of exynos come out each year, probably wont follow either coz its not "cool" to bash what most people dont know..

  • S6 User
  • 09 Sep 2018
  • nFX

Wi-Fi Alliance certifies a new Chromebook from Samsung:

  • H-1
  • 08 Sep 2018
  • ajb

That's why I'm surprised they didn't make the tab S a chrome OS device.. it would've become a true productivity tab! Not saying it's bad this way, but chrome would've offered a new dimension

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