Published: Wed, July 04, 2018
Tech | By Anita Cain

Samsung Android Go phone leaks (and settles some arguments)

Samsung Android Go phone leaks (and settles some arguments)

The device will be available in Black and Blue colors across Flipkart, Samsung retail shops, and online outlets. In a more interesting reveal, a Russian site called Mobile Review, via BGR, claims to have had extensive hands on time with the new Note9.

The Samsung Galaxy On6 comes with an Infinity display and is priced at Rs 14,490.

Using both a fingerprint reader and iris scanner makes sense since Android has allegedly updated its Android P OS with multiple biometric authentication support for apps.

The new Galaxy On6 is the company's first-ever "Galaxy On" series phone to boast super AMOLED screen and also the Infinity Display with 18:9 aspect ratio similar to the ultra top-end Galaxy S and Note series.

Apart from launching new tablets, it appears Samsung is also working to bring a 4G variant of the Galaxy Tab A (2017) to various carriers in the US. Galaxy On6 can also be purchased through exchange offers going up to Rs 12,200, and a 5% discount on Visa debit and credit cards. While there is no confirmation, the Galaxy Tab S4 might come powered by last-gen Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor.

Samsung's first Android Go smartphone has been spotted in the wild, confirming that just because a handset runs Google's pared-back OS, that doesn't mean device-makers can't customize it.

It's not about the features you see - it's about the ones you don't. Enjoying the ultimate smartphone experience should be for everyone not a select few and that is why we are excited about these new range of affordable premium smartphones. said Mr. Eugene Nahm, Managing Director, Samsung Ghana. The smartphone offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage which can be expanded further by inserting a microSD card. On the rear, the device sports single rear camera which protrudes out of the body and also a LED flash. The device houses a rear-facing fingerprint sensor. The Samsung Galaxy J8 draws power from an impressive Li-Ion 3,500mAh battery which ensures an entire day of uninterrupted smartphone usage for a moderate user or a novice.

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