Samsung launched its much-rumored new mid-range smartphones – the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ – yesterday. The company can now get down to the business of selling these devices. The initial release is going to take place this month in a handful of markets before the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ are made widely available in other markets.
The Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ price has now been confirmed by Samsung. As expected, the devices are affordable and have been aggressively priced to compete with other mid-range handsets in this highly competitive segment of the market.
Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ price
The Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ have been positioned below the Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ (2018) in Samsung’s revamped mid-range lineup. They offer decent specs for a mid-range handset and also tout Samsung’s Infinity Display, albeit a flat panel.
The handsets also feature a metal unibody design which lends a more premium look and feel. Sticking to its “+” formula for this year, the Galaxy A6+ also features a larger 6.0-inch display compared to the Galaxy A6’s 5.6-inch display as well as a dual camera with Live Focus.
Both devices will be available with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. They also feature a front LED flash, Face Recognition, Samsung Pay and Dolby Atmos optimized audio. Android 8.0 is onboard as well.
The Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ price for Europe is 309 euro and 359 euro respectively. That’s roughly $370 and $430 so expect the handsets to cost around the same in your market when they’re launched.
They’re going to be available in four colors – Black, Gold, Blue and Lavender. Samsung is going to release the Galaxy A6 and the Galaxy A6+ in select markets across Europe, Asia and Latin America early this month. South Korea, China and Africa will get the handsets in the coming months.
Pricing and availability is obviously going to vary by market so check with Samsung’s local division for the information.