Details of an upcoming A-series smartphone from Samsung are beginning to pile up after it initially surfaced on a TENAA listing. The device, earlier rumoured to be called the Galaxy P30 will, instead, be called the Galaxy A6s and expected to be released later this month.
The device is listed as SM-G6200 on TENAA and according to the new information, the new A-series member will have a big 5.99-inch IPS screen with Full HD+ resolution (2160 x 1080 pixels) in 18:9 aspect ratio. The Samsung Galaxy A6s will be available in Black, Blue, Red and Pink colour options.
The image also reveals that the device would come with a dual 12MP camera setup aligned vertically with each other at the top-left corner on the rear and a LED flash below them. Looking at the side-view of the device, you would noticed that the lens protrudes to form a bump. On the front, a 5MP shooter is put in charge of selfies.
On the inside, the device would either be powered by Samsung’s native Exynos (7885) chipset or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 SoC. For multitasking purposes, the device would be laced with 6GB of RAM and come in two storage variants: 64GB or 128GB. There should be storage expansion (i.e external micro SD card) support.
Other expected specifications include an Android 8.1 Oreo OS, 156.1 x 76.4 x 8.4 mm body dimension, and a 3,300mAh non-removable battery. There is no official word from Samsung confirming these specs neither is there any launch date and pricing information. However, DroidHolic says the Samsung Galaxy A6s will be officially unveiled on October 24 and price setup is expected to be as follows:
- 6GB + 64GB variant — $292
- 6GB + 128GB variant — $364
If the prices are anything to go by, then the Galaxy A6s is fairly priced for a mid-range device with specs it comes with.