Galaxy A-series, while panning over a range of devices in a variety of sizes, also comprises an anomaly wherein it has launched Galaxy A7 to follow up Galaxy A5 and A5+. While it is scheduled to launch Galaxy A8 in 2018, code-named A530, one might wonder what happened to an A6 or an A6+. As of now, two new models, Samsung SM-A600FN and SM-A605G, have shown up on Geekbench, which are being dubbed as the probable Samsung Galaxy A6 and Samsung Galaxy A6+, following the conventional naming pattern, although nothing can be made sure of yet.
The device currently going by the name of Galaxy A6 is powered by an Exynos 7870 chipset, the same chipset that powers the A3 (2017) and several J-series phones, comprising eight Cortex-A53 cores and a Mali-T830 MP1 GPU.
Similar to Galaxy J8+, the A6+ is going to be powered by Snapdragon 625 (same CPU, Adreno 506 GPU). The model has 4 GB RAM, compared to A6’s 3GB RAM. In both cases, the devices are going to run on Android Oreo 8.0.
While the performance of both the chipsets is identical, their functions shall depend on choosing the right modem based on particular regions, with FN assumed to be the global version, and G is likely South America and parts of Asia. Lastly, the A-series models are expected to come with an infinity display.