Samsung J6 : Samsung Galaxy J6 first impressions

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Samsung J6 : Samsung Galaxy J6 first impressions

Samsung on Monday expanded its Galaxy A and Galaxy J-series smartphones with features like Infinity Display, face recognition and more.

Galaxy J6 has a 5.6-inches HD+ (720p) display, which is also an Infinity Display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio.  The processor is Samsung’s Exynos 7870 octa-core with 3GB/4GB RAM coupled with 32GB and 64GB storage. The expandable storage support is 256GB.

The rear camera is 13MP, while the front camera is 8MP with f/1.9 aperture on both. Battery on the Galaxy J6 will be 3000 mAh. The smartphone runs Android Oreo 8.0. The Galaxy J6 has a polycarbonate body. Both the front and rear camera have LED flash.

Samsung-Galaxy-J series
Samsung-Galaxy-J series

Here are our first impressions of Samsung Galaxy J6 and Galaxy A6+ launched in India on Monday.

Samsung on Monday unveiled new Galaxy A and Galaxy J-series smartphones in India which try to bring premium features from the company like Infinity Display and more to the mass market.

Out of the four new smartphones, the Galaxy J6 is the cheapest one while the Galaxy A6+ is the most premium one.

The company’s idea behind the all-new Galaxy J and Galaxy A-series is clear as it wants go head-on with the dominant ones in their respective price brackets.

The Samsung Galaxy J6 is priced aggressively to take on popular phones like Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 in the same price.

The Galaxy A6+, on the other hand, is priced smartly to take on the likes of Moto X4, Vivo V9, and more phones priced similarly.

The South Korean giant has been marketing the new phones to sport 15 per cent more display area without increasing the device size. While another feature being promoted heavily is Chat-over-video which Samsung says is a ‘Make for India’ feature. This is also the first time that Samsung is shipping the all-new 18.5:9 aspect ratio below Rs. 30,000 mark.

All the new Galaxy A and Galaxy J-series smartphone come with Samsung’s Super AMOLED display which is again a highlight of the new devices.

The competition in the sub-Rs. 20,000 category has seen a massive rise and Samsung is in no mood to miss out on the opportunity to tap the segment. The Galaxy J6 entry is largely a result of the company’s strategy to place a smartphone in a price segment that’s already seeing a massive fight between brands like Honor, Asus, and Xiaomi.

The Galaxy J6 brings with it a brand name and the value for money proposition.


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