Samsung Galaxy A6 receives Wi-Fi certification by WFA

It looks like the Samsung is planning to transition its A-series from odd to even numbers for this year,  Samsung Galaxy A6. Recently, two models of the phone spotted on the Geekbench, possibly Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+. The Galaxy A6 mid-range smartphone receives Wi-Fi certification from the WFA (Wi-Fi Alliance). Which means the company probably launch the phone soon. There is not a much specs information revealed by the phone, we know about the phone model number and running operating system.

Galaxy A6

According to the WFA, the phone has a same SM-A600FN model number as the Geekbench benchmark database. The SM-A600FN runs on Android 8.0 Oreo operating system so that it will come out of the box. According to the Geekbench that revealed some specs info of the phone, it will come with lower-end specs than the Galaxy A5 which launched in last year.

Samsung Galaxy A6 (SM-A600FN)

It will be powered by Octa-core CPU under the hood along with Samsung’s Exynos 7870 chipset. The Galaxy A6 will have Mali T830 MP1 GPU for the better graphics performance. The phone will come with 2 GB of RAM on board, while there is no information about the internal storage of the phone. On the Geekbench, the Galaxy SM-A600FN phone scored 723 points in the single-core test while on the multi-core test, it scored 3605 points.

According to the Geekbench benchmarking platform, there is Galaxy A6+ (plus) variant of the phone also spotted. The Plus version of the Galaxy A6 has an SM-A605G model number. The phone will be powered by Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor under the hood. It will come with 4 GB of RAM. It seems like the phone is better than the Galaxy A5 2017. On the Geekbench, the Galaxy A6+ scored 739 points in the single-core test while on the multi-core test, it scored 3469 points.

As for now, we have only these specs info about both phone, but in the upcoming week, we will see more leaks of both smartphones.


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