Samsung J6 Plus
Review: Sturdy phone
that can weather falls like
Nokia's of yore
It has a premium look; a dual camera module on
the rear that performs at par with mid-range
Samsung J6 Plus review: Sturdy phone that can
weather falls like Nokias of yore on Business
Standard. It has a premium look; a dual camera
module on the rear that performs at par with mid-
Technology News Priced at Rs 14,490, the Galaxy J6+ is aimed at
price-conscious smartphone buyers. The J6+ has a big 6-inch screen, a dual
camera set (13 megapixels + 5 MP ) on the rear and a 3,300 mAh battery.
Although a budget smartphone, it comes packed with a lot of features such as
infinity screen (18.5:9 aspect ratio), Dolby Atmos for surround sound
experience through wired headsets and 'emotify'' that turns your face into
Though the phone has a lot to offer in terms of features, can it contest with
Chinese rivals in the budget smartphone segment? Let's take a look:
Design & Display
The device's look is sleek for a budget smartphone. Its glass finish lends
it a certain sharpness, but is marred by a glaring flashlight on the back
which is too big compared to the cameras.
The Samsung Galaxy J6+ has an Infinity screen instead of an
AMOLED unit that has been there in most of the recent Samsung's
budget offerings. The screen has HD+ (720 x 1480 pixels) resolution,
which helps it render sharp colour contrasts.
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The J6+ has dual 13 megapixel + 5 MP cameras on the back and an 8
MP camera on the front. Both the camera modules have a dedicated
LED flash. For the budget range the device is situated in, the images are
pretty good. However, we get grainy pictures in low light conditions.
Although powered by a 3300 mAh battery, the phone runs for two days
on normal usage and heavy duty use for day. It takes an hour to charge
from zero to 70%.
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Samsung J6 Plus Review
News Source : BS & Business Standard