Samsung has unveiled a number of mid-tier devices in 2018. In the first half of 2018 we saw many J-series phones and in the second half also, they have a lot of devices to launch in Nepal including the highly anticipated Galaxy J6. Samsung Nepal has now finally launched the Galaxy A6 and A6+ (2018) for Nepali customers.
Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ overview
The Galaxy A6 (2018) has a close semblance to last year’s Galaxy J7 Pro in terms of its size, design, and its internals. Similarities aside, the Galaxy A6 (2018) gets a few key upgrades, which include front and rear cameras borrowed from the Galaxy A8 (2018), an Infinity display, and Dolby Atmos.
Samsung’s Infinity Display screens, which were introduced with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, have been slowly percolating down to lower-priced models. Now the company has brought these appealing display concepts to its budget-oriented A and J-series. Both A6 and A6+ sports Super AMOLED infinity display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The Galaxy A6 has a 5.6-inch HD+ display with 1480x720p resolution and pixel density of 294ppi. Likewise, the Galaxy A6+ has a slightly bigger 6-inch FullHD+ display with 2220x1080p resolution and pixel density of 411ppi.
In the camera department, the A6 features a 16MP (f/1.7) rear camera with phase detection autofocus. On the other hand, there’s a dual camera setup on the A6+ with 16MP (f/1.7) primary sensor and 5MP (f/1.9) sensor. There’s 16MP (f/1.9) front camera on the A6 and a whopping 24MP (f/1.9) on the A6+.
Powering the Galaxy A6 is Samsung’s own Exynos 7870 whereas A6+ has Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor under-the-hood. Both these processors are manufactured under 14 nm technology so we can expect both power and good battery life in these devices. Both devices support the storage expansion up to 256GB via a dedicated microSD card slot. Fueling up the A6 is a 3000mAh battery whereas A6+ has a slightly big 3500mAh battery. Both devices have the non-user removable battery so it’s not possible to carry the spare.
Both devices are made predominantly out of metal, and as result, feels quite premium. The Infinity Display dominates the front fascia but is not exactly borderless. Thanks to the conspicuous antenna lines and prominent regulatory information, the back panel looks quite busy and cluttered. The fingerprint sensor is located right below the rear camera, and a Samsung logo is emblazoned below that. Unlike the J-series phones, the A6 and A6+ feature all the important sensors like accelerometer, gyroscope, light, and compass.
Samsung Galaxy A6 price in Nepal
As per the pricing, the Galaxy A6 is tagged at Rs. 39,890 and the A6+ at Rs. 44,390. Both these phones are available in the Samsung stores as well as the retail outlets. Samsung Nepal is also providing 6-months breakage insurance on these phones and you also get 6GB of Ncell data.
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