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The oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy J6 is officially out in India at a starting price of around $205, with a higher-end J8 available for the rough equivalent of $280, and the A6 and A6+ priced slightly higher.
The Galaxy J6, which will most likely be Samsung's cheapest Infinity Display phone to date, is expected out at a Mumbai event in India early next week.
Formally unveiled earlier today, the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus are set to bring their "Infinity" screens to Europe very soon at €309 and €359 respectively.
Although Samsung is yet to go on record with actual Galaxy A6 and A6+ price points, these should definitely be the company's most affordable "Infinity Display" smartphones to date.
The mid-range Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ are as good as official, sporting 5.6 and 6-inch "Infinity Displays" with HD+ and Full HD+ resolution respectively.
They're definitely not as "Infinity" and eye-catching as the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but the upcoming Galaxy A6 and A6+ still look significantly better than the A5 (2017) and A7 (2017).
We don't have a price tag or release date yet, but the no doubt budget-friendly Samsung Galaxy A6 is expected out in India before long with a single rear camera and dual selfie shooters in tow.
At least two new "Infinity Display" smartphones are in the pipeline, with the Galaxy A6 tipped to sport a 5.6-inch screen, and the A6+ expected to measure 6 inches in diagonal.
And don't get us started about the Galaxy A8 — if you paid that much for a "mid-ranger," it'd drive you insane. So, how much will this Galaxy A6+ go for?