Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ are nearing their launch, as seen on a website of the Korean company. The Polish division accidentally uploaded a webpage for a phone with the model number SM-A605FN/DS that is most likely the Galaxy A6+'s dual SIM version.
The A605FN moniker already appeared on multiple regulator pages, including the FCC and Wi-Fi certification websites, making it easier to connect the dots.
Benchmarks from last month suggested the Galaxy A6+ will have Snapdragon 625, 4 GB RAM and Android Oreo, most likely with Samsung’s in-house UI on top. The phone, along with its smaller sibling Galaxy A6, is bound to arrive in three markets - Europe, Russia, and the Middle East, according to earlier reports.
Ram = 10gb
At least SD 630 or SD 636. They're newer than SD 625 and some phones already have one of them.
My first smartphone had less than 1GB of RAM and it worked fine for long time after I bought it. And flagships of that time had 1GB of RAM. Then, soon after that 2GB of RAM was next "big thing" and it stayed that way for a long time. Then we saw ...