Samsung is all set to take Xiaomi, OnePlus and other Chinese competitors in the mobile market with both the hands. We have seen Samsung expanding the A series of the phone to give other vendors tough competition. And now Samsung Galaxy A6s has reportedly appeared on Chinese microblogging site, Weibo.
The leaked images of the supposed Galaxy A6s reveal design details and four colour variants of the device. From what one can see, the new Galaxy A smartphone might have a design cue similar to the newly launched Galaxy A9. The supposed Galaxy A6s is seen featuring dual rear cameras stacked vertically and a fingerprint sensor placed the center on the back panel.
The leaked images showcase the upcoming Galaxy A phone coated in four colour schemes- Blue, Black, and two gradient colour options. One of the images reveals ‘Galaxy Phoenix’ on the startup screen which is said to be the codename of the Galaxy A6s smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy A6s is rumored to be the company’s first ODM device which means that the phone would be manufactured by a third-party. Reports suggest that Samsung will outsource manufacturing to Wintech, the company that produces smartphone for the Chinese OEM, Xiaomi. The upcoming Galaxy A6s recently surfaced on Chinese certification site, TENAA.
As per the TENAA listing, the phone is expected to feature a 5.99-inch IPS display with 18:9 aspect ratios. The smartphone is said to run Android 8.1 Oreo and carry Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 660 SoC. The listing further revealed that the Galaxy A6s will come with 6GB RAM, 64GB/128GB native storage and expandable storage of up to 256GB. The device is tipped to carry a 3300mAh battery.
Just to remind our readers, Samsung has recently launched Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) with three cameras, this is the first three camera phone from Samsung after that Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) version has been launched which is the worlds first 4 camera phone.
Considering all these development we can say that Samsung is all set to increase their market share again, which is being ruled by some of the Chinese players. Time will only tell, how much Samsung will be able to disrupt the market with this strategy, but we can expect some dent in the market with these offerings.