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Samsung is hosting a press conference in Mumbai on May 21 where it will launch the Galaxy J6 and possibly a couple of more phones from the Galaxy A line-up. Yes, the Galaxy J6 will go on sale in India right from the next day of its launch.

After giving its A-series the Infinity treatment, Samsung looks set to bring bezel-less screens to the masses in India through its affordable Galaxy J line-up. All these phones will have one thing in common: all of them will ship with an Infinity display seen in Samsung's high-end Galaxy S9 and Galaxy X9+ phones.

Dubbed "To infinity and more", the phone is might come with a near bezel-less display.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is already under process and the possibility of getting the tab is very high.

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Still, if the J6 proves too costly, theres always its smaller sibling – the Galaxy J4 (2018).

First up, the Galaxy J6 may have just had its retail box leaked in India, further corroborating the inclusion of an "Infinity Display" (presumably capped off at HD+ resolution), and hinting at a reasonable recommended price of Rs. 14,990. Based on the photo shared, the Galaxy J6 will not have any side bezels, though it will continue to have the top and bottom bezel. It will also likely to be released with 32GB and 64GB storage options. The Samsung Galaxy J6 is expected to be announced with an nearly bezel-less Infinity Display as on the Galaxy S9. The Galaxy J6 will run on Android 8.0 Oreo.

Under the hood, the Galaxy J6 will be integrated with Exynos 7870 processor, 2GB/3GB/4GB including 32GB/64GB expandable internal storage.

Other leaks suggest a that the phone might pack a 3,000 mAh battery. The Galaxy J-series will likely continue with the S-Bike mode, Ultra Data-Saving mode as well when it comes to India.

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