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Samsung Sri Lanka unveils Galaxy J6 with Infinity Display

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Fresh from the success of the rollout of several J Series smartphones, Samsung Sri Lanka has unveiled another delight. The Galaxy J6 is the first J series smartphone with flagship features such as the Infinity Display and the cool new chat over video feature. 

The Samsung Galaxy J6 is the latest smartphone to join Samsung’s ‘J’ line-up and is highly budget-friendly at an affordable price, starting from Rs. 36,390. The smartphone has sleek curves and an ergonomic design with elegant style and comfortable grip.

Samsung Sri Lanka General Manager and Head of Mobile Biz Shantha Fernando said: “The Samsung Galaxy J range of smartphones has empowered budget-conscious customers to enjoy flagship features such as the Super AMOLED display and infinity screen which produces deeper contrasts and delivers the most vivid viewing experience. J6 is a true choice for millennials as it features chat over video, stickers, rear fingerprint scanner and clearer selfies. The Galaxy J6 ensures users can do more with their smartphones when it comes to expressing themselves.” 

The Galaxy J6 includes a rear fingerprint scanner so that the user can unlock it without having to wake it up first, and a 3,000-mAh battery, which is built-in along with a 1.6GHz Octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a microSD slot. The device also comes with Samsung’s advanced memory management feature that automatically directs content from social media applications to the external memory card.

The Infinity Design on the Galaxy J6 gives users nearly 15% more viewing space without increasing the overall size of the device. The super AMOLED screen produces sharper contrast and more dynamic colour. 

There is a 13MP camera on the back, and an 8MP camera on the front for selfies. Features such as selfie focus and the built-in LED flash help users to capture clearer self-portraits. The front camera on the Galaxy J6 smartphone features an adjustable selfie flash, allowing consumers to snap stylish selfies from day to night. AR stickers can also be added to photos captured with the Galaxy J6. 

The Galaxy J6 comes with two memory variants, 32GB with 3GB and 64GB with 4GB priced at Rs.36,390 and Rs.45,890, respectively. The device is available in blue, black and gold colour options at authorised Samsung dealers Damro, JKOA, Singhagiri, Singer and Softlogic from mid-June onwards.


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