Samsung has always had a thing for always keeping infinity display on bezeless, 18.5:9 Screens to their flagship markets alone.
Samsung markets the Galaxy A6 as having a stylish design, but that really only applies when you look at it from the front. The phone really looks like a flattened Galaxy S9, albeit with bigger bezels at the top and bottom.
However if you flip it over you’re greeted with a metal back not glass, and antenna lines that don’t that look good.
The Galaxy A6 comes with a 5.5inch screen with a 16MP on the rear and front camera. This device is running an Octa-cor processor which can clock as much as 1.6GHz. The A6 is packing a 3 or 4GB of RAM, depending on the user.
On the other side the bigger brother comes with a 6inch screen and also has a dual camera setup. The rear sensor is a 16MP snapper which is then paired to a 5MP sensor.
The front is then equipped with a high 24MP sensor which is sure to get the job done well.
The Galaxy A6+ is using an Octa-cor processor too, this one will clock at a maximum speed of 1.8GHz. There is no much difference when compared to the small brother, because the elder brother is coming with the same internal storage and the RAM. While the battery the A6+ is having a bigger 3500mAh.