SM-G6200 is the newest Samsung smartphone that over the weekend appeared on TENAA and it makes everyone wondering how it will be like. Even though not too many specs were provided, a new phone from the South Korean tech giant still seems exciting enough. A while later, every spec left unshowed was added to the list, and we now know that the SM-G6200 is the next Galaxy A6s and we also know how it will be like.
The phone will be equipped with a 2.2 GHz CPU which could be the Samsung-owned Exynos 7885 Octa chipset just like the Galaxy A8 from this year, or maybe it will have a Snapdragon chipset instead just like the Galaxy A7 had this year. Storage will either be 128GB or 64GB with the possibility of extending it with a micro SD, and the RAM will be 6GB. In the back you could with a vertical dual camera setup with 12 MP sensors while the front camera will have a quality of 5MP.
The screen will have an LCD panel, 5.99, and the 2160 x 1080 resolution with 18:9 ratio. That being said it looks like Samsung might not give the Infinity Display a chance for the SM-G6200.
It will be available in Pink, Black, Red, and Blue and the body will measure 156.1 x 76.4 x 8.4 mm. If you want to buy the Samsung Galaxy A6s, you will not have to wait too much. It also might be considered the Galaxy A8 Star’s successor which is A9 Star in China because the design of this phone will be so different in comparison to other Samsung devices.
It seems to be a good choice for a low-budget Samsung fan so keep an eye on its release date.
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