Samsung halts the Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 lineup once again

Katie Ramirez
May 18, 2018

In another leak, renders as well as specifications of the Galaxy J4 (2018) have appeared online. The phone will likely whip with Android Oreo software and because Samsung has been pushing its Samsung Mall AI-based smart shopping service on nearly all its budget phones, chances are it may do the same with the Galaxy J6 as well. One thing to keep in mind is that smartphones are sold at a slightly lower price than the MRP printed on the retail packaging, so the marketing operating price (MOP) of both the Galaxy J6 and Galaxy A6+ should be quite a bit lower. According to certain reports, now, the smartphone is receiving the May 2018 security update ahead of an impending India launch. If true, this will be the first instance wherein a handset from the Galaxy J series will sport Samsung's proprietary Infinity Display last seen on its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series, as well as Galaxy A8 series. That's $220, give or take, but alas, we don't know what configuration we're looking at here. The Galaxy A6+ features a 6-inch Infinity Display with 1080 x 2280 Full HD+ resolution and is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor clocked at 1.8 GHz with an Adreno 506 GPU.

Under its hood, the device is believed to get the power from a Samsung Exynos 7870 SoC paired with 2GB/3GB/4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB storage space. In the row, Samsung will release Galaxy J6 on May 21 to compete with the above models, Xiami and Honor mobiles and also its own J series models. There could be a microSD card slot supporting expandable storage as well.

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13 MP rear and 8MP selfie camera with LED flash. The device will have a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor as there will be not enough room for the sensor below the display.

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