Official renders of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 leaked

Image Samsung Note8

Image Samsung Note8

The Good Lock 2018 application is available in India from today and it gives Oreo users freedom to personalize their Galaxy device's appearance and interface experience. With this handset, Samsung is looking to increase its market share, but the specifications of the handset tell a different story altogether. The smartphone is constructed entirely out of plastic. It also features a larger display and is missing the Samsung logo across the top bezel. There is no Samsung label on the front of the device this year, rumoured to be because of the presence of an iris scanner instead.

The Samsung Galaxy On6 is powered by the octa-core Exynos 7870 chipset with all the eight cores clocked at 1.6GHz. The smartphone comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB internal memory and 256 GB expandable memory via micro SD card slot.

Samsung is reportedly planning to release an Android Go budget smartphone, and a pictures of it have just leaked out. Connectivity options on the device include 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, Dual SIM, 3.5mm headphone jack. There's not much space for a battery, but it could probably trickle charge the pen whenever it's docked inside the phone via pins or wireless technology. Lastly, the Galaxy On6 ships with a single camera on the rear and front. Samsung Galaxy On6 will also come with the option for Flipkart's complete mobile protection plan at a price of Rs 49 only. If there is a bit of a silver lining here, the phone will be running stock Google apps and won't have duplicate entries from Samsung. Samsung DeX support is also likely.

Earlier last week the Samsung Galaxy Note9 was observed passing through the FCC.

The Galaxy On6 that costs Rs. 14,490 will be available for purchase exclusively through online platforms such as Flipkart and Samsung Online Shop beginning from July 5. The listing also provides further evidence that the phone will have 6GB of RAM, which is something we've heard before in previous leaks.

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