Samsung had launched the Galaxy J6, Galaxy J8, Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ in May. These smartphones feature Infinity Display design that offers larger screen space. The Galaxy On6 that was introduced recently is available for purchase in India exclusively through online channels. The On6 is nothing but the rebranded version of J6. According to XDA Developers, the Galaxy J6+ is an upcoming phone from the company. It is speculated that the same phone may debut as On6+ in India.
The publication claims that its recognized contributors have come across firmware files for a Samsung device that is codenamed as “j6plte.” This handset is expected to debut as Galaxy J6 Plus LTE and it will be heading to CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) nations and Serbia. Since Samsung follows a pattern of rebranding its J-series smartphones as On-series phones, it is likely that the J6+ may debut as On6+.
The Galaxy J6+ will be borrowing some of its specs from the Samsung Galaxy J6 phone. Through the leaked firmware files, it has been revealed that the Galaxy J6+ will be arriving with a Super AMOLED screen of 5.6 inches. It will carry support for 18.5:9 aspect ratio and HD+ resolution of 1480 x 720 pixels.
The Galaxy J6 is powered by Exynos 7870 SoC. The J6+ is likely to be driven by Snapdragon 450 chipset. There is no information available on the cameras, RAM and storage models of the Galaxy J6+. It is expected to feature a microSD card and it will be preinstalled with Android Oreo. Some of the other features of the Galaxy J6+ that have surfaced through its leaked firmware files include TFA9896 audio amp, fingerprint reader and NFC. It is likely to arrive with 4,350mAh battery. However, the publication claims that the battery capacity mentioned in the firmware files may not be always accurate. At present, there is no information available on the launch of the Galaxy J6+.