Samsung's Android Go handset leaks, including Samsung Experience

Samsung's Android Go handset leaks, including Samsung Experience

Currently, Samsung is selling only the Wi-Fi version of this tablet in the USA under the model number SM-T380, while offering the 4G-capable SM-T385 model in many other markets.

As expected, Samsung has launched its latest budget smartphone Samsung Galaxy On6 in India. However, Samsung is one Android tablet manufacturer who is continuously launching new products. Even though the device is rumored to come with the 10.5-inch screen size, it should be able to fit in the same body as the Galaxy Tab S3 which came with a 9.7-inch display. The Galaxy On6, in-line with other Samsung mid-range devices launched this year boasts of an edge-to-edge Infinity display. Galaxy On6 can also be purchased through exchange offers going up to Rs 12,200, and a 5% discount on Visa debit and credit cards.

It's just that in addition to Google's stripped-down, storage and data-saving and performance-improving apps, Samsung will also pre-load this 1GB RAM handset with a few proprietary services (cough, bloatware) and the company's own user interface. This smartphone is the first in the series to feature "Infinity Display" which was exclusive to Samsung's flagship smartphones.

The back of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 resembles its predecessor as it comes with a similar design and a single rear camera.

The Galaxy On6 will come in two colour options-black and blue- priced at Rs 14,990. It runs on Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung Experience UX. It also houses a front-facing fingerprint sensor which is embedded in the frontal home button.

Samsung has provided 32GB of onboard storage which can be expanded up to 256GB via a micro-SD card. The camera app also comes with support for live stickers, stamps and filters. That means it's possible the Galaxy Tab S4 could introduce an under-screen fingerprint scanner, like that on the Vivo X21. Previous devices used inductive styluses that didn't require an internal battery, basically using a form of wireless power.

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