Samsung Galaxy J6+ and Galaxy J4+ could soon be announced
Samsung Galaxy J6
Back in May, Samsung announced and then subsequently released the mid-range Galaxy J6 in multiple markets across the globe. Following this, a report emerged in July claiming that Samsung also had a larger Galaxy J6+ in the works but, until today, this smartphone had failed to make an appearance.
Specifically, the Samsung Galaxy J6+, which uses the model number series SM-J610, has officially been certified by the Bluetooth SIG. As is common with these listing, no information relating to the spec sheet or the design is provided. However, a previous leak did confirm that a 5.6-inch Infinity Display would be included. On the inside, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 450 is expected and will presumably be coupled with at least 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Also, following in the footsteps of many of Samsung’s other Plus models, the Galaxy J6+ is set to include a dual-camera setup on the rear. Up front, though, a single camera will be maintained. Completing the setup will be a large 4,350mAh battery and reportedly Android 8.1 Oreo.
Alongside the Galaxy J6+, the Bluetooth SIG also approved the Galaxy J4+, which will presumably act as a more expensive version of the regular Galaxy J4 that was also announced back in May. However, at this point in time, no details are known about this device, so which Snprocessor, storage configurations, and camera setup will be present are unknown. Likewise, it’s unclear if the device will make use of an Infinity Display.
Considering neither device received Bluetooth approval until today, it seems unlikely an official announcement will take place this month. Instead, Samsung may choose to unveil the duo sometime in October.