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Oreo update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge paused amid glitches

Samsung has sent out invites for the launch of its Galaxy J6 in India on 21 May. An event has been scheduled in Mumbai to launch the new smartphone that will go on sale on May 22.

Samsung is expected to launch two Galaxy A series phones and two Galaxy J series phones.

The images accessed by the folks over at The Mobile Indian clearly reveal the maximum retail price (MRP) of both the upcoming Galaxy smartphones.

According to the leaked specifications, Galaxy J6 will have a 5.6-inches display with an HD+ resolution (720p) which will be 1480×720 pixels. "It's coming to take you #ToInfinityAndMore". The main attraction of Galaxy J6 (2018) is the integration of Infinity Display coupled with thin bezels and 18:9 aspect ratio. While Galaxy A-series smartphones with Infinity Displays are already on sale, the Galaxy J6 will be Samsung's first budget smartphone to feature a "bezel-less" display.

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The "Notify Me" registration page has also gone live on Samsung India's website, and, it shows the bottom portion of the Galaxy J6 that has a micro USB port (meh), primary microphone, and, a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The Samsung Galaxy J6 is expected to be announced with an nearly bezel-less Infinity Display as on the Galaxy S9. Talking about the cameras, the Galaxy A6 sports a 16MP autofocus rear camera with f/1.7 aperture and a 16MP fixed focus front camera with f/1.9 aperture.

Under the hood, the Galaxy J6 will be integrated with Exynos 7870 processor, 2GB/3GB/4GB including 32GB/64GB expandable internal storage. Though not official, the FCC certification of the J6 did reveal that the device will run on Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung's own Experience skin on top and will equip a 3,000mA battery.

Budget Samsung features such as S bike mode and Ultra Data Savings are also likely to make a comeback.

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