The Samsung Galaxy J6 appears in the FCC and details its new Infinity screen
It is the turn of the range Galaxy J to inherit the Infinity display of the Galaxy. This style of screen, which is stretched as much as possible to reduce the frames, began appearing in the high-end of the Korean company, but little by little it has been lowered in category by the rest of the ranges, becoming a more common identity sign. across all products of Samsung.
In this case, in addition to the aspect ratio of 18.5: 9, we know that the diagonal will reach 5.6 inches, thanks to the appearance of the device in the American FCC. On the other hand, the fact that it will have an all-screen front implies that, if it exists, the fingerprint reader would be positioned at the rear of the device. In addition, the physical buttons of the device would be lost in favor of the buttons on the screen, something that we have already seen in the rest of the ranges.
Regarding the dimensions of the device, they are 146.3 x 67 mm. This makes it a smaller terminal than the Galaxy A8 (2018) despite using the same screen diagonal, which in principle would speak of smaller frames than that of its mid-range brother. Regarding other features, there is talk of a headphone jack port, capacity for two SIM cards and a charger with a micro USB port to charge the terminal. So no USB Type-C for the next Korean thing. It is also stated that the battery cannot be removed.
And the rest of the features? Geekbench has the answers
Regarding the rest of the characteristics of the terminal, the Samsung Galaxy J6 appeared a few days ago on Geekbench. Based on that, we have that the main processor will be an eight-core Exynos 7870, the RAM will be 2 GB and the output operating system will be Android 8.0 Oreo. Most likely, this Galaxy J6 is a fairly cheap device, as is usually the J range, the lowest category of all those offered by Samsung.