Recently, we have been getting too many leaks and rumors concerning the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+. As you know, these handsets have already got certified by FCC. This simply means the phones are almost ready to enter the US market. Although, it’s been rumored the South Korean manufacturer is going to release the A6 and A6+ in certain markets only. They include Russia, Europe, and the Middle East. Well, regardless what regions they are focusing on, all the leaks and certifications confirm we’ll see them in the nearest future. But until today, we haven’t seen any photo revealing their appearance. That’s why we can’t say whether the renders published today look realistic or not.
Too little is known about the Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+, but we have heard the regular model will be using a 5.6-inch full-screen, an own-made Exynos 7870, and a 3+32GB memory combination. Its sibling, the Samsung Galaxy A6+ will come with a 6-inch screen with a resolution of 1080×2220 pixels, a Snapdragon 625 chip, and a 4GB of RAM.
According to this information, we can state both models are positioning in the low-end markets. In this sense, it’s quite reasonable to see a micro USB port on the bottom. But many A-line smartphone users will be disappointed when hearing this because the previous models from this series have comes with a USB Type-C interface.
The manufacturer hasn’t come with an official announcement concerning its launch date, but the FCC certification hints the Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ should come in a few months. Usually, it takes 2-3 months after visiting FCC.