The Samsung Galaxy A6s has been found on the list of the lists of TENNA, a Chinese certification platform. This time the specifications were also available, adding to the renders that were spotted last time. The device is thought to launch soon in China.
Samsung Galaxy A6s
Initially leaked as Galaxy P30 are quite beefy. A large 5.99-inch IPS display will offer a generous 2180×1060, more than enough to enjoy media content in style. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC, with eight cores at 2.2GHz, which should bring plenty of performance for what is deemed to be a middle-range smartphone, at least for now. Android 8.1 will also be available on the device, along with 6GB RAM, a pretty decent since 4GB is still overkilled on most devices.
When it comes to storage space, 64 and 128 GB versions will be available, and you can boost the memory with an SD card by up 256 GB. A 3300 mAh battery should provide plenty of juice for daily usage.
Leaked renders suggested that the phone will have dual rear cameras, and the source mentions a dual sensor configuration, and both sensors will have 12MP, while the front camera will have a modest 5MP sensor. Connectivity is also rich, as the device includes speedy-Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and an improved GPS Gravity model.
Some leak also suggested that the device will feature an in-display print sensor, similar to those available on the new A7 and A9 Star, which were recently released. This may change, as those are premium-tier models and we are not sure if the A6 would be deemed worthy of such features while also being a cheaper model.
It is also possible that Samsung will opt to sell variations of the A6, which may include the extra feature in exchange for a larger price. The phone will be officially launched in the second half of October.