The release of the smartphone, known under the codename Phoenix, will not Samsung, but a third-party manufacturer. This summer, Samsung’s share in the Chinese smartphone market has fallen below 1%. But the South Korean giant does not intend to give up and is going to regain lost ground in one of the largest and most promising markets. The company plans to fight Chinese brands such as Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo and Vivo using budget smartphones, the production of which it will outsource. The first smartphone under the Samsung brand, released according to the ODM scheme, will be the Galaxy A6s.
The network leaked photos shedding light on the appearance of the new smartphone Samsung Galaxy A6s with model number SM-G6200. He will be dressed in a case with a glass back cover and will be released in at least four colors: black, purple, red and blue. The last three are a gradient. On the back of the smartphone, you can see a double main camera with a flash of two LEDs, as well as an oval-shaped fingerprint scanner. Almost the entire front panel of the smartphone is Infinity Display with a diagonal of 5.99 inches and a resolution of Full HD+.
According to the Chinese regulator TENAA, the basis of the new smartphone will be an eight-core processor with a clock frequency of 2.2 GHz. It will be supplemented by 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal memory. It also mentions the presence of a slot for a microSD memory card and a 3300 mAh battery. The smartphone will be delivered with the mobile operating system Android 8.1 Oreo on board. Information about the timing of its release and cost has not yet been reported.
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Sources claim that the Samsung Galaxy A6s will be the first Korean company’s smartphone, released under the ODM scheme. This means that it will be released by a third-party manufacturer, which will make the smartphone as cheap as possible for the end customer. According to rumors, Samsung has already entered into an agreement with the Chinese ODM-manufacturer Wintech, which produces smartphones for other brands, including Xiaomi.
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