After the Galaxy A series, even the J series is going to get the Infinity Display, just like the best Samsung flagships from the S series. Samsung Galaxy J6 has just been certified by the American FCC, which revealed the presence of an Infinity Display on the upcoming affordable handset. According to the FCC listing, the device rocks a display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and a size of 5.6 inches. Given that this info pertains to an Infinity Display, we assume that there will be no Home key on the front side, so the fingerprint reader should be placed on the back.
FCC has also revealed the dimensions of Samsung Galaxy J6: 146.3 x 67 mm. The phone is smaller than Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) which measures 149.2 x 70.6 mm, even though the A8 has a display with exactly the same size. This makes us understand that the J6 may have a higher screen-to-body ratio, even though it will be a lower-end phone. Further, FCC lists a 1A battery charger and a micro USB cable as the accessories included in the box of this device. According to FCC, the handset boasts a dual SIM slot and a 3.5 mm audio jack for standard headphones.
From what FCC is showing, Samsung Galaxy J6 should be a very interesting phone, especially if we consider that it will be sold at an affordable price. The rest of the specs are still shrouded in the mystery, but the device has recently been spotted on Geekbench, which revealed its main hardware components. According to Geekbench, Samsung Galaxy J6 will be powered by an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7870 which is already present on several mid-range phones by Samsung. The processor will be paired with 2 GB of RAM and the operating system installed will be Android 8.0 Oreo, obviously customized by Samsung Experience. The model number of the device is SM-J600F.