The Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ leaked out back at the end of April of this year, with an official announcement for markets outside of the United States arriving in May.
But it looks like Samsung is planning on bringing one of those handsets to the U.S. after all. According to a report from SamMobile on Friday, Samsung is teaming up with Sprint in the U.S. to launch the Galaxy A6 on the now network at some point in the future. Unfortunately, while nothing is confirmed just yet, there is no word on a price point or when, exactly, the Galaxy A6 will arrive on U.S. shores.
A quick refresher: The Galaxy A6 features a 5.6-inch display with a 1480×720 resolution. Around back, there is a 16-megapixel camera with an aperture of f/1.7, while the front-facing camera is a 16-megapixel shooter as well, with an adjustable flash. The Galaxy A6 is outfitted with a quad-core processor, with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage.
The Galaxy A6′s battery measures in at 3000mAh, and it supports Samsung Pay for mobile payments. The handset, despite its mid-range specs, also boasts features like Dolby ATMOS audio support and a face unlock feature. It’s priced around $350 in Europe, so it shouldn’t be too expensive when it does go on sale in the United States.
If you’re a Sprint subscriber, do you think this is a phone you’d consider picking up?