A new Samsung smartphone SM-G6200 appeared on TENAA over the weekend, although it had a limited amount of specs. Today the rest of the hardware features appeared at the listing of what will likely end up being the Galaxy A6s.
The phone will run on a 2.2 GHz CPU which could be the Samsung-owned Exynos 7885 Octa chipset, seen in the Galaxy A8 (2018) or a Snapdragon chipset, as seen in the Galaxy A7 (2018). RAM is listed as 6 GB, while storage is either 64 GB or 128 GB (micro SD slot is present). There is a vertical dual camera setup on the back with two 12 MP sensors, while the selfie snapper is 5 MP.
The screen is 5.99 with an LCD panel, which is a surprise on its own, but the resolution is 2160 x 1080 which has 18:9 ratio, meaning Samsung might totally skip the Infinity Display branding on the SM-G6200.
With a 156.1 x 76.4 x 8.4 mm body, arriving in Black, Blue, Red, and Pink, the Samsung Galaxy A6s should go official soon and it might also be a successor to the Galaxy A8 Star (A9 Star in China), since its body is nowhere near the traditional product design of Samsung.