|Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+|
Samsung Galaxy J4 + and Galaxy J6 + are the latest mid-range models of South Korean phonemakers for the Indian market. These advanced “plus” models have arrived within the months of the Galaxy J4 and the Galaxy J6. Both new models offer the same specification and share some design elements, though the Galaxy J6 + has some extra features which make it a bit more premium. Samsung Galaxy J4 + Price in India is Rs. For the only version with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage, 10, 9 9, and Galaxy J6 + Rs. For the 4 GB RAM / 64 GB storage model in the Indian market, 15, 9 9
They will compete with the bond of offerings from Xiamen, Asus, Honor, Oppo and Vivo. Rupee. Two of the most popular phones in the 10,000-20,000 price segment are Asus Jennphone Max Pro M1 and Sheomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. Can Samsung make a place for itself in this segment? Before launching in India, we had to spend some time with Samsung Galaxy J4 + and Galaxy J6 + and here are our first impressions.
With the Samsung J6 +, Samsung Galaxy is bringing a dual rear camera setup at an attractive price point with J6 +. Galaxy J4 + does however, with a back camera. The rear camera modes on both of these phones appear oddly, especially when you compare them with a 6-inch display that both play. Infinity Display Panels feature a 720×1480 pixel HD + resolution for a 18.5: 9 aspect ratio. We had no problem with their performance quality or brightness. South Korean manufacturer has an impressive track record in the event of being displayed, and the latest Galaxy J series models go forward.
Starting off with the Samsung Galaxy J4+, the front is devoid of any physical or capacitive buttons, and instead, Samsung has used on screen buttons. The left of the smartphone has the volume buttons, a slot for one Nano-SIM, and another slot for a Nano-SIM and a microSD card. Samsung claims that the maximum microSD card capacity supported on both phones is 512GB, which should be more than enough for anyone. On the right, the Galaxy J4+ has the lock/ power button and a small speaker. A Micro-USB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and microphone are placed on the bottom. Lastly, on the back is a single 13-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.9 aperture, coupled with an LED flash. The Galaxy J6+ is almost identical in design, except that it has a larger power button with an integrated fingerprint sensor. It also has a dual camera setup at the back, comprised of a 13-megapixel primary sensor with an f/1.9 aperture, and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture.
Expectedly, the Galaxy J6+ offers Live Focus capabilities for bokeh shots. The Galaxy J4+ appears to sport the same primary camera but in our brief time with the two phones, it seemed that the Galaxy J6+ took better photos, even in good light. Do wait for our full reviews, coming up soon, in which will judge the camera performance of both new phones extensively. The Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+ both have bodies with rather reflective glass on the back. The Galaxy J4+ has been launched in a Gold colour option that we felt looked a bit tacky, and made our demo unit extremely prone to smudges. The Samsung Galaxy J6+ is the first phone from Samsung to sport a fingerprint integrated into the power button on the side. We found the fingerprint sensor to be snappy and accurate for the most part during our brief initial testing period. Both phones offer face recognition, but the Galaxy J4+ did not seem to be able to register faces which might be due to the fact that these were sample units running pre-release software. We hope to see improved performance when we receive this phone for a full review.
The Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+ are both powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 425 SoC, which is easily one the most disappointing aspects of both phones. To put things in perspective, the same SoC powers last year’s Xiaomi Redmi 5A, which has a starting price of Rs. 5,999. However, the UIs of both phones seemed fluid in our brief time with them. We will follow up with extensive benchmarking as well as evaluating real-world usage. The Galaxy J4+ comes in a single configuration with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
The Galaxy J6+ will be sold only with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There are 3,300mAh batteries under the hoods of both phones, and we will test battery life as part of our upcoming reviews. Samsung Galaxy J4+, Galaxy J6+ software The Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+ run the latest Samsung Experience 9.5 UI atop Android 8.1 Oreo. There’s no news on an Android Pie update. Much like other Samsung smartphones, the two new Galaxy J models arrive with heaps of pre-installed apps and plenty of customisations. For starters, there is a Samsung clone for most Google apps – including Calendar, Notes, Gallery, etc. The phones also feature Samsung Pay Mini and S Bike Mode, which are unique offerings that could give Samsung a slight edge in terms of appeal in the crowded Android smartphone market.