Prepare to see new interesting midrangers from the Korean giant as the Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6 Plus are coming soon. After receiving the official certification by the American FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance, the Plus variant has just been spotted on the official Polish website of the company. The model number of the device briefly appeared on an official page, and this not only confirms its existence but also reveals that it should be announced very soon. According to the official website, there will be a version of the Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus which carries the model number SM-A605FN/DS.
The last two letters of the model number are suggesting that the handset will sport a dual SIM slot. Further, this model number confirms the ones appeared on the listings of FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance. Besides the official certifications by these regulatory agencies, we spotted Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus even on benchmarks, alongside its standard variant. According to Geekbench, the A6+ will not have an Exynos SoC like most of Samsung mid-rangers: it will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chipset which runs at a max frequency of 2 GHz. The power-efficient chipset will be paired with 4 GB of RAM, while the operating system installed will be Android Oreo.
On Geekbench, the handset has obtained a score of 739 points in single-core test and it has scored 3469 points in the multi-core test. Geekbench also showed that the standard A6 will boast an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7870 processor and 3 GB of RAM. The score obtained by the standard A6 on single-core benchmark is 723 points, while in multi-core it scored 3605 points. Even though the processors are different, the A6 Plus has more RAM and it will probably cost more but the scores obtained by the two handsets are very similar.