Video – Samsung Galaxy A6 (Plus) has dual camera and AR emoji

A new video leaves little to the imagination and shows the Samsung Galaxy A6 in full glory. We list the three most important discoveries.

Samsung Galaxy A6 video – answered three questions

It was equally known that Samsung is working on a cheaper version of the Galaxy A8 (Plus). Earlier we saw already photos of the Galaxy A6 (Plus)  passing, either with a cover around the case. Both devices are therefore completely admired for the first time in the video. The video answers some unanswered questions so far.

1. Dual camera

First, the design is considered. The double 16-megapixel camera has f / 1.7 apertures. Thanks to the two lenses it is possible to make bokeh photos, where the environment is blurred while the subject is focused. The video also shows a fingerprint scanner on the back.

2. AR Emoji

In addition, the 16 megapixel selfie camera features AR Emoji, which we saw for the first time at the Galaxy S9. This allows you to create moving smileys that imitate your facial expressions. To improve the quality of this, an LED flash has been installed at the front.

 3. Infinity Display

It also becomes clear that the device has an 18 – 5 – 9 aspect ratio with narrow bezels at the top and bottom. The AMOLED screen measures 5.6 inches in the diagonal, while the Plus variant is 6 inches in size. The resolution of both devices is 1440 by 720 pixels.

The entry model is equipped with an Exynos 7870 chip and 3 GB memory. The Plus version has a Snapdragon 625 processor and 4 GB RAM. Both run on Android 8.0 Oreo at the outcome. Given the processors used, some sources state that only the ‘small’ A6 will be released soon. It probably will not be long before Samsung announces the devices officially.

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