As the competition increases among the smartphone companies, the prices and the availability of the devices fluctuates. The proof is the latest mid-range from the Samsung Mobile Nepal, the Galaxy A6 and A6 Plus, 2018 variant. If you have noticed, the Samsung Nepal launched either flagships or the budget (around 30K) smartphones in Nepal. The company was not much interested in the mid-range devices, but as the competition grew, the demand for such ranged devices has also increased. So, let’s talk about the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus price in Nepal, specifications, features, and availability.
The Galaxy A6 is sized 5.6-inch and its taller variant size 6-inch, with both the devices featuring Samsung’s infinity display but has bigger bezels than the current flagship Samsung Galaxy S9. While having different screen size, both the devices have different resolutions as the A6 has HD+ screen, whereas the A6 Plus has an FHD+ resolution.
For the processers, the regular A6 houses company’s own Exynos chipset, but for A6 clocked at up to 1.6GHz, whereas for A6 Plus maxed out at 1.8GHz, with Snapdragon 450 chipset. Both the devices have similar RAM and storage sizes: 3GB and 32GB, or 4GB and 64GB variant. However, battery to power the devices are different as the A6 has 3000mAh battery and the taller A6 Plus has a bigger 3500mAh battery.
On the optics department, the company has followed its flagship, with the A6 sporting a 16MP lens with the f/1.7 and f/1.9 aperture on the back and front respectively, whereas A6 Plus offers dual 16MP with f/1.7 aperture and 5MP lens with f/1.9 aperture. For the selfie shooter, there are different lenses, as A6 has the 16MP lens and A6 Plus has a 24MP lens with f/1.9 aperture. The fingerprint scanner is placed at the back of the devices and offers Dolby Atmos audio.
Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6 Plus Price in Nepal
The regular Galaxy A6 costs Rs. 39, 890 only, where are the Galaxy A6 Plus price in Nepal is Rs. 44,390 only. The price is for 4GB RAM variant for both devices. That means, the 3GB variant will cost less, if it arrives here, which will eventually. The buyer will also get 6000MB of data from NCell and 6 months Breakage Insurance from Shikhar Insurance.
In papers both devices look pretty solid, however, the actual real-life performance is yet to be tested. Overall specifications, like 4GB RAM, dual camera on A6 Plus, big battery, etc. seems to be quite mouth-watering. We surely recommend buying any one of these devices, preferably the Galaxy A6 Plus, because of the dual camera and big battery. Additionally, there is not much difference in the prices too.
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