Samsung, the South Korean electronics conglomerate, has launched the Galaxy On6 in India.
It's seemingly set to come in blue, copper, silver, violet and black.
To deliver a smooth and lag-free smartphone experience, the handset is loaded with an octa-core Snapdragon 450 chipset which is coupled with 4GB of RAM under the hood.
The fingerprint sensor is placed at the back and the design is quintessentially Samsung. Samsung's got its stock apps in there, too, including its own Gallery option. There's a microSD card slot for storage expansion, and it accepts up to 256GB of SD cards. Galaxy On6 will be available on Flipkart and Samsung Online Shop and sports a price tag of Rs 14,490. It comes with a wide-angle 8MP sensor with dedicated LED flash, which is very beneficial while capturing selfies under low-light conditions.
Connectivity options on the Galaxy On6 include dual SIM support, 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Jio subscribers can also take advantage of Double Data offer on the first four recharges of Rs. 198 or higher.
It's possible the S Pen could now be used to unlock new features that don't require the accessory to be near to the phone.
Within Lockstar, Samsung Galaxy users will be able to select their preferred background and clock face as well as which items appear visible on the screen. Not even the Galaxy S8 offers dual rear cameras - and it costs almost 2.5 times more than the J8, that is Rs. 45,900 retail prices for the Galaxy S8 as compared to 18,990 for the J8. The listing also provides further evidence that the phone will have 6GB of RAM, which is something we've heard before in previous leaks.