Samsung Galaxy A6s reveals its specs on TENAA
A new Samsung smartphone SM-G6200 appeared on TENAA over the weekend, although it had a limited amount of specs. Today the rest of the hardware features appeared at the listing of what will likely end up being the Galaxy A6s.
The phone will run on a 2.2 GHz CPU which could be the Samsung-owned Exynos 7885 Octa chipset, seen in the Galaxy A8 (2018) or a Snapdragon chipset, as seen in the Galaxy A7 (2018). RAM is listed as 6 GB, while storage is either 64 GB or 128 GB (micro SD slot is present). There is a vertical dual camera setup on the back with two 12 MP sensors, while the selfie snapper is 5 MP.
The screen is 5.99 with an LCD panel, which is a surprise on its own, but the resolution is 2160 x 1080 which has 18:9 ratio, meaning Samsung might totally skip the Infinity Display branding on the SM-G6200.
With a 156.1 x 76.4 x 8.4 mm body, arriving in Black, Blue, Red, and Pink, the Samsung Galaxy A6s should go official soon and it might also be a successor to the Galaxy A8 Star (A9 Star in China), since its body is nowhere near the traditional product design of Samsung.
its camera is jhakas 12 mp better than 13 or 16mp (hope) but phones wt.
- 10 Dec 2018
Please go back to the original design of Samsung (centrally placed camera).
- 02 Oct 2018
- Force Majeure
Only Samsung A-series I ever could be interested in, is the Galaxy A3 (2018 or 2019). But only IF it has 4.7" screen and a decent battery. Those are a lot of IFs TBH.
- 01 Oct 2018