Samsung has started to focus on its A-series this year, and up to now, they gave us the A8+ (2018) and the Galaxy A8 (2018). An A6 and A6+ are also on the way, as proved by a pair of a list by GeeekBench, and now there is a new turn in A6’s development.
Samsung Galaxy A6 receives Wi-Fi certification
A related device with code SM-A600FN, which we thought to be the A6, has recently received Wi-Fi Certification from the Wi-Fi-Alliance. This SM-A600FN model would be same from the Benchmark database. However, we are yet to see the authorized actual name it will have for the crowds.
This certification confirms that the phone will run Android 8.0 (Oreo) that Already listed by Geekbench, and this A6 will not support Wi-Fi ac, but Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, the strange thing is Samsung with same chip Exynos 7870 do support the standards.
There is not much information available on certification page except that the Galaxy A6 will boot Android 8.0 out of a box.
We are expecting to see more details about the Galaxy A6 in the coming days, either through TENAA, the FCC, the Bluetooth certification pages or even via an official announcement.