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Samsung has unveiled its latest smartphones for the under Rs 20,000 price bracket that it says comes with Infinity display and runs Experience UI built over Android Oreo. The Galaxy J6+ comes at Rs 15,999, while the Galaxy J4+ can be had for Rs 10,990. But have a 6.0 inch thin-bezel display.

Samsung is majorly betting on what it calls True HD+ Infinity design, Dolby enhanced audio and L1 Widevine certification that makes sure you are not locked out of Netflix, Amazon Prime movies or content from other streaming services. Though both phones offer HD+ resolution and carry IPS LCD panels.

Both phones have a very spec-sheet. Apart from flaunting the same display, they are powered by Snapdragon 425 chip paired to 2GB RAM and 32GB storage on the Galaxy J4+ and 4GB RAM and 64GB storage on the Galaxy J6+.

The Galaxy J6+ is inspired from the more premium A-series design, but is the first Samsung phone to have a side fingerprint scanner, mounted on the lock button. The Galaxy J4+ doesn't have a fingerprint scanner.

The Galaxy J6+ also gets a dual camera setup at the back, with 13 megapixel primary and 5 megapixel secondary sensor, while the Galaxy J4+ makes do with a 13megapixel single rear camera.

The front camera is also better on Galaxy J6+ with 8 megapixel sensor, while it's a 5 megapixel sensor on the Galaxy J4+.

Both phones have a 3300mAh battery but do not support fast charging. They use a microUSB port and ship with a 5W charger.

Both devices will also have the 'Make for India' feature, Install Apps to SD Card, and come with triple slots to add two SIM cards and a microSD to expand storage.

Galaxy J6+ would be available in Red, Black and Blue, while J4+ would be available in Gold, Black and Blue. Both phones will be available for buy starting September 25, 2018 at Samsung India retail outlets across the country.

In our quick review of the two devices, we wrote: The new Galaxy J4+ and J6+ are bigger than their predecessor, the Galaxy J4 and J6, thanks to a taller 6.0-inch display. While they offer narrow bezels on the top and bottom, overall they do feel big and slightly wide which doesn't make it extremely easily grasp and work with one hand. The rear panel, while not actual glass, does have a very reflective glass-like polycarbonate panel.
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