Most tech nerds must be aware that the Seoul-based smartphone maker, Samsung, is gearing up for the launch of its two new mid-range smartphones, the Galaxy J4 Plus and the Galaxy J6 Prime/Plus. These handsets in the past few days had marked their presence of multiple certification websites, confirming their existence and some other details. Well, on the morning of September 14 the Galaxy J4 Plus had received FCC Certification in the US, implying us that its launch is imminent. Now, we have a yet another proof that Samsung is prepping for the launch of this handset soon. Samsung India’s official website had made the support page live for the Galaxy J4 Plus, carrying a model number as: SM-J415F/DS.
If you are following the track of this smartphone, we would like to remind you that its the same device which was seen on the certification platforms earlier with the same model number. The specifications and the design of this handset do remain a mystery for now. However, considering the current J4, we can expect the J4 Plus getting an upgrade in terms of software, and as such it could run Android 8.1 Oreo. We also can expect the phone to offer a Super AMOLED panel with a FHD+ resolution. Samsung is switching from Exynos chipset to Snapdragon 450 for the Galaxy J6 Prime, so chances are rife that the Galaxy J4 Plus is getting this upgradation, which may come packed with Qualcomm’s SoC.
In the related news regarding this smartphone, we had spotted the device earlier at WFA Alliance and NCC Taiwan. Following these certifications, the Galaxy J4 Plus even was spotted on Samsung’s Vietnam website, carrying a model number as: SM-J415GN/DS. Additionally, we would like to mention that Samsung already had made the Galaxy J6 Prime/Plus support page live on its Indian website last week. Now, that Samsung is prepared for the debut of these two handsets, we might see the company scheduling an event in India, and launch these two handsets at a single event.
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