Samsung Galaxy A6 receives Wi-Fi certification

George, 24 March 2018

Samsung's transitioning its A-series from odd to even numbers for this year, and that's so far brought us the Galaxy A8 (2018) and the A8+ (2018). An A6 and possibly an A6+ are on the way also, as evidenced by a couple of earlier GeekBench listings, and now we have a new episode in the A6's development.

A Samsung device with a product code SM-A600FN, which we speculate to be the A6, has received Wi-Fi certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance. That would be the same SM-A600FN model from the benchmark database, though we're yet to see confirmation on the actual name it will have for the masses.

Samsung SM-A600FN (possible Galaxy A6) Wi-Fi certification
Samsung SM-A600FN (possible Galaxy A6) Wi-Fi certification

The certification doesn't tell much, other than confirm that the phone will run Android 8.0 - already outed on Geekbench. Oh, and that this potential A6 will support Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, but not ac - a little odd given that we've seen Samsungs with the same Exynos 7870 chip that do support the standard. Oh, well.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 26 Mar 2018
  • vjw

Samsung's Galaxy model names are getting confusing.

  • hoseine
  • 25 Mar 2018
  • avK

oky very thanks

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