Samsung does more than just the Galaxy S and Note series. With a large portion of the world unable to afford cell phones with flagship specifications, Samsung makes several different series that focus on price. The latest is the Galaxy A6, a budget option with a flagship feature
The Galaxy A6 is a budget phone that you can actually watch videos on. Thanks to the Super AMOLED display, the colors are clear and the contrast is fantastic. Combine that with its big screen, and this is one of the better options for those who want to enjoy videos on a budget. The rest of the datasheet is good, especially considering the price.
- Operating System: Android 8.0 Oreo
- Skin: Samsung Experience 9.0
- CPU: Exynos 7884 (Octa-Core running at 1
- GPU: ARM Mali-G71
- RAM: 3 GB
- Storage: 32 GB (expandable via microSD)  Display: 5.6-inch Super AMOLED  Resolution: 1480 x 720
- Rear view camera: 16 MP (f / 1.7)
- Front camera: 16 MP (f1.9)
- Battery: 3.000 mAh
5.6 "Super AMOLED display
There are only rarely cell phones, the Samsung Super AMOLED Due to the higher cost AMOLED is usually reserved for mobile phones, which are much closer to the midrange price screens themselves and decided to record in the Galaxy A6.
The Galaxy A6 has a 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display. It is limited to 720p resolution, but it uses the 18: 9 aspect ratio so that vertical and horizontal black bars should not be a problem when watching movies.
Android 8.0 Oreo
Samsung has added Android 8.0 Oreo from the box. While Android Pie would be nice, Samsung is unlikely to include the operating system on the A6, especially since at the time of writing neither Galaxy Note 9, S9, or S9 + use the latest version of Android.
However, what's interesting about the use of Android 8.0 Oreo is Project Treble. Project Treble is the new way in which the operating system is organized on devices. Hardware compatibility with the new operating system is separate from the operating system, making software updates easier to implement. This new organization method makes it easier for budget phones such as the Galaxy A6 to receive Android 9.0 Pie, a series that is usually ignored.
In addition, the Exynos processor allows users to create ROMs in their own ROM for the Galaxy A6, including those not based on Samsung Experience. For an overview of why this is the case, see the following link:
The Samsung Galaxy A6 will be available from September 14 for a suggested retail price of $ 359.99. You can purchase Samsung and Sprint websites at this time, and other airlines will follow in the next few weeks. We will add the following links when they are live.
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