Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+, specification, features & price in India

 Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+software

 Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+ specification, features & price in India.

Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+ are the South Korean smartphone maker’s launched its latest mid-range models for the Indian market. These two upgraded devices “Plus” models have arrived within a few months in the Indian market.
Both Galaxy’s new models devise Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+, specification, features & price in India offers almost similar specifications and share quite a few design elements, though the Galaxy J6+ has a few additional features that make it slightly more premium than its other competitive devices.

The Samsung Galaxy J4+ available in India at a price tag of around Rs. 10,990 for the sole variant with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage capacity and the Galaxy J6+ comes in Budget range almost at Rs.15,990 for the 4GB RAM/ 64GB storage model in Indian market.

They will compete with a barrage of offerings from Chinese company Xiaomi, Asus, Honor, Oppo, and Vivo. These Two of the most popular smartphones available in this price segments are the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. Now the question is, Can Samsung able to create a niche for itself in this segment?

With the Samsung J6+ model, Samsung is now bringing a dual rear camera setup to a tempting price point with the Galaxy J6+ model. The Samsung Galaxy J4+ model, however, makes do with a single rear camera. The rear camera modules on both these Smartphone devices appear weirdly tiny, especially when you are going to compare them the massive 6-inch displays that both of them sport.

The Infinity Display panels have featured the HD+ resolution of 720×1480 pixels, for an 18.5:9 aspect ratio in this device. There aren’t issues with their display quality or brightness. The South Korean manufacturer company has had an impressive track record when it comes to displays, and the latest Galaxy J series models seem to carry that ahead.

Now, starting off with the Samsung Galaxy J4+ model, the front is devoid of any physical or capacitive buttons, and instead, Samsung has used on-screen buttons in this device. The left of the smartphone has the volume buttons and a slot for one Nano-SIM and another is for a Nano-SIM and a micro SD card. Samsung claiming that the maximum micro SD card capacity supported on both phones is 512GB, which should be more than enough for any users.

On the right side of the device, the Galaxy J4+ model has the lock/ power button and a small speaker and Micro-USB port, 3.5mm headphone jack, and also microphone are placed on the bottom side of the device.
Lastly, on the back side of the phone has a single 13-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.9 aperture, coupled with an LED flash.

The Galaxy J6+ have almost the same in design, except that it has a bit larger power button with an integrated fingerprint sensor feature. There is also a dual camera set up at the back which comprised of a 13-megapixel primary sensor with a f/1.9 aperture, and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with a f/2.2 aperture in this device.

Samsung Galaxy J4+ Specification

The New Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+  models offer Live Focus capabilities for bokeh shots. The Galaxy J4+ phone is appearing to sport the same primary camera but in our brief time with the two phones, it seemed that the Galaxy J6+ device took better photos, even in good light. Just wait a few days we will come with our full reviews, in which will judge the camera performance of both new phones extensively.

The Samsung Galaxy J6+ device is probably the first smartphone from Samsung to sport a fingerprint integrated into the power button on the side. We also found the fingerprint sensor to be snappy and accurate for the most part during our brief initial testing period.

The Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+ both the devices offer face recognition, but the Samsung Galaxy J4+ phone did not seem to be able to register faces which might be due to the fact that these were sample units working on pre-release software. We hope to see improved performance when we get this phone for a full review.

Both the phones are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 425 SoC, which is definitely one the most disappointing aspects of both phones. To put things in viewpoint, the same SoC powers last year’s Xiaomi Redmi 5A, which offers at starting price of Rs. 5,999. However, the UIs of both devices seemed fluid in our brief time with them. We will also follow up with extensive benchmarking as well as evaluating real-world user experiences.

The Galaxy J4+ smartphone will come in a single configuration with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage capacity. The Galaxy J6+ smartphone might be sold only with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage capacity. There are 3,300mAh batteries under the hoods of both phones, and we will also test battery life as part of our upcoming reviews.

 Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+software

The both Samsung Galaxy J4+ and Samsung Galaxy J6+ smartphones run the latest Samsung Experience with 9.5 UI atop Android 8.1 Oreo. There’s no official news yet on an Android Pie update.

Much like other Samsung Galaxy smartphones, the two new Galaxy J models arrive with heaps of pre-installed apps and lots of customizations. For Beginners, there is a Samsung clone for most Google apps – including Calendar, Notes, Gallery, etc. The phones also contains feature like 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 smartphones market.

There are preloaded all the Google apps including Gmail, Chrome, Drive, and Play Music, as well as Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and OneDrive. One more feature that Samsung highlights is that both phones support Wide vine L1 DRM which enables content protection for HD video streaming services. This feature was recently found to be missing from Xiaomi’s Poco F1 smartPhones.

Stay tuned to Gadgets verdict for extensive reviews of both, the Samsung Galaxy J6+ and the Galaxy J4+ smartphone, in which we will test their construction quality, displays, software, performance, battery life, and cameras.

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