Design and Display
On the outside, the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) and A6 Plus (2018) has the same basic structural build although the Plus version is bigger and has a dual rear camera. The arrangement of the dual rear camera and fingerprint sensor makes it looks more like the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus smartphone. Like the other smartphone, there are visible antenna lines at the rear near the top and bottom region. The front, however, has some reduced bezels and enough display space.
Taking on the display on the smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A6 is equipped with an infinity display. Also, you’ve got an AMOLED screen which offers nice contrast and deep blacks which makes the colours displayed more vibrant. It is also quite large up to a sizeable 6.0-inch and comes with a 1080 X 2220 pixels resolution making it more appealing.
Battery and Camera
Despite a 500mAh bump in battery capacity, the Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus (2018) still has more or less an average battery power considering the higher resolution and screen size. However, you should still be able to get the conventional close to 24 hours of usage from it and at the end of the day charges using Quick charge technology.
Snapping pictures is taken care of by a decent dual rear camera which is absent in the A6 version alongside a single capable camera up front. The smartphone sports a 16MP plus 5MP combination at the back while the top of the screen houses a 24MP camera for selfies both better than what you have in the lesser Samsung Galaxy A6 (3018).
Hardware and Software
At the core of things, you find a Qualcomm chipset rather than the Samsung’s Exynos SoC present in the other A6 model. The Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus (2018) features an Octa-core Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450 with an highest clock speed of 1.8GHz. As well as being accompanied by an Adreno 506 GPU in charge of graphics.
In continuance, there are two model both having different RAM and internal storage while everything else are pretty much stays the same. You have a 3GB RAM variant going with 32GB built-in storage and a 4GB RAM variant sporting a 64GB storage space. The storage space can be extended using a memory card to about 256GB plus it runs Android 8.0 Oreo