Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ Spotted On FCC
The Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ have been extensively leaked through different channels from the past few weeks. These smartphones were initially spotted on Geekbench, then on Wi-Fi certification portal. And now, the smartphones have been officially certified by Federal Communication Commission (FCC), which hints towards an imminent launch of these devices in the USA. These devices were tested on March 19th and 20th and the certificate was issued on the 20th of March 2018.
According to FCC filing, these devices were found under the ID A3LSMA605FN and A3LSMA600FN for the Galaxy A6 and A6+. A screenshot posted on filing also confirms the model name as the Galaxy A6, which has dual SIM card slots. Both the models are running on Android 8 Oreo OS with custom Samsung Experience 9 UI. Additionally, the screenshot confirms that the device does not support fast charging, and can draw a maximum power of 7.5 watts.
Samsung Galaxy A6 Specs
The Samsung Galaxy A6 comes with a model number SM-A600FN, which is powered by Exynos 7870 Octa-core chipset. The device comes with 3GB RAM and runs on Android 8 Oreo OS. Coming to the benchmark scores, the device gets 723 points on the single core and 3605 points on the multi-core performance. The Exynos 7870 chipset has been used in the earlier Galaxy J series smartphones. However, there is no information on the display resolution or aspect ratio of both models.
Samsung Galaxy A6+ Specs
The Samsung Galaxy A6+ comes with a model number SM-A605G, which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Octa-core chipset. The device gets a boost in RAM, which comes with 4GB RAM and runs on latest Android 8 Oreo OS. In terms of benchmarking capabilities, the device scores marginally higher score on single core performance and go down in the multi-core performance. In fact, the phone scores 739 points on the single core and 3469 points on the multicore performance.