The smartphone is well crafted and released in various beautiful colors to offer you options to choose from.
It comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner positioned directly under the primary camera.
Designed to fit into the palm firmly, Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) flaunts a stunning sleek body aesthetics and a large screen of 5.6 inches; 720 x 1480 pixels, 18.5:9 ratio (~294 ppi density), and infinity display to capture the whole moment all at once. It’s worthwhile to mention that the body is plastic.
Network and Connectivity
The Galaxy J6 is a 4G LTE enabled device; you can surf the internet seamlessly on this device. It also supports EDGE, WCDMA, and HSPA including all their bandwidths. Other connectivity options available on this smartphone include Bluetooth (4.2), Wifi, GPS, and USB.
Media and Camera
One of the core features people look out for before purchasing a particular smartphone is the camera quality and media options packed by the smartphone.
The J6 smartphone packs a whopping 13MP extra sharp camera as the rear shooter (primary) and an 8MP smooth selfie shooter (secondary). Both cameras coupled with the LED flash, capture crystal clear images even in areas with low light penetration.
Samsung Galaxy J8 2018 is a media junkie; it supports all the general media formats – mp3, mp4, AVI, Mpeg, and so on.
Hardware and Software
Multi-tasking and gaming are really seamless when you’re using this smartphone.
It conceals a 3GB or 4GB RAM coupled with a 32GB or 64GB ROM inside the hood. Also, the J6 smartphone houses an Exynos 7870 chipset – Octa-core and a Mali GPU.
This is a classical smartphone worthy of its price because it’s a high-end device. Multitasking and gaming on Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) are effortless and smooth.
The monster 3/4GB RAM coupled with the massive default storage of 32/64GB space causes this smartphone to stand out among its counterparts.
As a writer, editor and interviewert in the tech media world he covers everything the smallest tech startups and the largest tech giants. Uwem has written for Verge newspapers and magazines including Nairabook. He is a former editor of wapbook and has been writing for most blogs across Nigeria.