Samsung A6s production to be shifted to third party Manufacturers

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Samsung A6s production to be shifted to third party Manufacturers
Samsung A6s production to be shifted to third party Manufacturers

In recent times, it reports had surfaced which claimed that Samsung will launch its new p-series after it would reveal the new phone P30, however it has now been revealed that this would not be the case. Instead now the South Korean company looks set to expand the Galaxy a series and furthermore its new name is also been decided which will be a A6s. Very recently, the Galaxy A6s also got the certification which was required by Wi-Fi Alliance ahead of its expected release, which is likely to take place some time next week.

Samsung has also recently faced some problems manufacturing phones in China due to increased labour costs and overall weak performance and hence it has been reported that Samsung will indeed shift some of its production to a third party manufacturer and this will begin with the manufacturing of the Galaxy A6s. This report has therefore been confirmed by the WiFi listing, and as expected, the third party company will be Wintech.

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Not only has the information about the manufacturer been revealed but it has also been revealed that the phone will possess a Snapdragon 660 processor. There will come the options between 64 gigs of internal storage or 128 gigs of internal storage and alongside these storage options will come the considerable amount of Ram – 6GB to be exact. Other than this, the device will feature a large 6 inch amoled display coming along with a very impressive and indeed massive 3300mAh battery which should power the phone enough for it to last the whole day. The phone will come with a vertical dual camera setup on the back with to 12 MP sensors. And if you happen to be a selfie lover then there will be a 5 MP camera at the front of the phone to satisfy your front camera needs.The phone will come with pre installed Android 8.1 Oreo rather than the new Android 9.0 and it has not as of yet been revealed exactly when the phone will be updated to the latest version of Google’s software.

There are so many reasons to be excited about Samsung’s latest and upcoming phone, and the launch is also quite near.It is likely that the phone will make its way into the market on the coming Thursday, October 11 alongside the larger Galaxy A9s.

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