Samsung today launched two new J-series smartphones. One of them is the Galaxy J4 Plus and another one is Galaxy J6 Plus. The smartphones are sort of updated versions of their younger siblings, however, j6 Plus might not be the same in terms.
Galaxy J4 Plus and Galaxy J6 Plus specifications, pricing, release date
Let’s talk about Galaxy J6 Plus. It comes with a 6-inch 1480x720p IPS LCD display, whereas the previous J6 came with resolution but with AMOLED panel. Also, this smartphone comes with a Quad-Core processor. Interestingly, the J6 comes with an Octa-Core process.
The smartphone will be available in the same two variants: 32GB/3Gb and 64GB/4GB.
The camera here will be a dual-camera setup at the rear panel. The setup will have a 13MP+5MP camera along with an 8MP lens on the front.
It will be the first Samsung phone to feature a fingerprint scanner under the power key, which is side-mounted.
Now let’s move to Galaxy J4 Plus. This smartphone features the same 6-inch 1480x720p display. Also, the processor is a Quad-Core processor, which will be the same as that of J6 Plus.
The Galaxy J4 Plus will feature a single 13MP lens at the back, whereas the front sensor will consist of a 5MP lens. The device will come in two variants: 16GB/2Gb and 3GB/32GB variants.
Both devices will come with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, along with 3,600mAh battery. Both the devices will run Samsung Experience 9.5 as well. The color options are pretty good here. Galaxy J4 will come in Black, Pink, and Gold colors. Whereas the J6 Plus will come in Black, Red, and Silver colors.
The price of the devices isn’t currently known. However, the device will launch in India on September 25.
Both the devices target the budget market of the country. Will these devices stand against their Chinese competitors, who are providing way better specs at this range?
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