Samsung Galaxy A6+ leaks in blue and gold renders

Enrique, 23 April 2018

Just several hours ago, we saw some leaked renders of Samusng’s official cases for the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+. Hours after our post went live, some new renders appeared without the case covering the phone. Rather than updating that post, we figured these renders deserved their own post.

Now that the case is off, we have a closer look at the final design of the Galaxy A6+. For starters, the phone will have a metal unibody design with a speckly matte finish and some interesting looking bumpers. These bumpers are accented with some translucent antenna-lines.

We already saw the phone’s Infinity Display and dual camera setup arranged like the Galaxy S9+. What we were unsure of in the previous post was the position of the loudspeaker, since it was not apparent on the bottom. These new renders confirm a strange placement of the loudspeaker port – just above the power key.

Galaxy A6+ renders in blue and gold Galaxy A6+ renders in blue and gold
Galaxy A6+ renders in blue and gold

These renders also show us two removable trays on the left side, a large and small one. The larger one its likely to hold dual SIM cards while the smaller one, a micro SD card. We’re glad Samsung decided against a hybrid SIM tray.

These smartphone designs remind us a little of the Honor 7X’s metal unibody design but with Samsung’s distinct design elements. We really enjoy the bold blue color and the gold option is easy on the eyes, as well. What do you think of these color options?



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 29 Apr 2018
  • gM8


  • HP
  • 25 Apr 2018
  • KZ8

The bezels are as big as an elephant. With that mega bezels on the chin, they can put fingerprint sensor on the front. Unlike previous successful A-Series since 2015 up to 2017, Samsung Galaxy A6 has failed to deliver, the same thing happened...

  • Anonymous
  • 24 Apr 2018
  • m5k

This isn't an infinity display, just a narrow bezel phone. The screen doesn't curve at the edges, it is a marketing gimmick. The screen is no different to the 18:9 screens that everyone else sees - this is just AMOLED.

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