The smartphone will be launched at an event in Mumbai and it will go on sale in stores from May 22. It will look to capture the market share once again with the feature-rich Galaxy J6 which has the iconic design language of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S9 series.
The images accessed by the folks over at The Mobile Indian clearly reveal the maximum retail price (MRP) of both the upcoming Galaxy smartphones. Samsung Galaxy J6 will likely be a budget offering priced under Rs 15,000 given this is a budget series from the company.
According to the leaked specifications, Galaxy J6 will have a 5.6-inches display with an HD+ resolution (720p) which will be 1480×720 pixels.
Around three weeks ago, South Korean tech giant Samsung launched the Samsung Galaxy J2 2018 in India. "It's coming to take you #ToInfinityAndMore".
With the smartphone market in India burgeoning with new users and increasing demands, it will be interesting to see whether Samsung's new Galaxy J6 manages to woo the customers. The Samsung Galaxy J6 is expected to be announced with an nearly bezel-less Infinity Display as on the Galaxy S9.
Nigeria remains 47th in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings ahead of World Cup
MVV Maastricht midfielder Kelechi Nwakali believes that Nigeria have the potential of doing well at the 2018 Fifa World Cup . DAILY POST had reported that Nigeria moved up five places from 52nd penultimate month to 47th position last month .
The company is expected to release the device with several RAM+storage configurations. It could feature an Exynos 7870 SoC and may come with a 2 GB/ 3 GB/ 4 GB RAM options and with 32 GB or 64 GB internal storage options.
If you're adversely affected by Android 8.0 Oreo on your S7 device, you can try one of the troubleshooting suggestions from Samsung's European forum.
The model will run on Android 8.0 Oreo and powered by 3000 mAh.
As far as the photography hardware is concerned, it is expected to come with a 13MP camera on the back and an 8MP front snapper.
Budget Samsung features such as S bike mode and Ultra Data Savings are also likely to make a comeback.