Many Samsung smartphones are waiting for their Android Pie update which is still in the works for some of them. Finally, we could see on the Wi-Fi Alliance platform that the Galaxy Jean, the Samsung Galaxy A6+ 2018 model, and Galaxy A9 Star Lite received the certification with the Android Pie OS onboard. Actually, it is one single phone, the Samsung Galaxy A6+, but in South Korea, it sells as Galaxy Jean, and in China, it sells as the Galaxy A9 Star Lite. However, we can see some minor tweaks in the specs.
The phone was released last year in May measuring 6 inches, and it comes with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2220 pixels delivering a pixel density of 411 ppi in its super AMOLED display. 75% is the screen to body ratio in this phone, being an always-on display. The main processor of this phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC while its graphics come from the Adreno 506 GPU. The Samsung Galaxy A6+ comes in two RAM variants 4 GB and 3 GB while the internal storage combination has 64 GB and 32 GB. The phone was launched with Android Oreo version 8.0, but soon enough the users will be able to update their phones.
In the rear of the phone, you can find mounted a dual camera setup with 16 MP and 5 MP sensors while the front camera has a LED flash to boot and 24 MP. The fingerprint sensor can also be found on the rear of the phone while the normal sensors are on board. Inside the phone, you can find a 3500 mAh battery, and the communications suite is complete as well.
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