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 SoC is coupled with 4 GB of RAM. It also boasts SD card memory slot that can add additional memory up to 256GB. In the camera department the smartphone offers a 13MP rear shooter with LED flash. The rear camera comes with features like Beauty, Animated GIF, Action, Panorama, Food, as well as HDR modes.
It's a sensible move that's on trend and also provides a quick and easy solution for people who want a simple way to unlock the device without needing to use their fingers. 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 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.
Samsung is reportedly planning to release an Android Go budget smartphone, and a pictures of it have just leaked out. This connectivity should allow Samsung to integrate more features into the stylus; overcoming the limitations of the Wacom technology that it's been relying on until now. There is also a Samsung Pay Mini to enable easy payments via the device.
Although the Galaxy S4 Tab's renderings still leave many questions unanswered, one thing does appear to be certain: You'll be able to get the tablet in black. Hence, it seems to be a rebranded edition of the Galaxy J6 phone that will be available for buying exclusively online. It is available on major e-commerce platforms including Amazon, Flipkart, Paytm, Samsung Store, and select offline stores.
Additionally, prospective Galaxy On6 owners with Reliance Jio connection are entitled to receive a instant cashback worth Rs. 2,750 in their MyJio account on recharging with Rs. 198 and Rs. 299 packs.