Samsung has updated many of their phones with OneUI 2.0 (Android 10), such as Galaxy S10, S10e, S10 +, Note 10, Note 10+ and many more. Now it looks like Korean companies will be out soon Galaxy A6 An update to the 2.0 user interface.
Right now Galaxy The A6 device appears to have been certified with the Alliance Wi-Fi certificate. The certificate mentions the device's operating system as Android 10.
The point to keep in mind is that Wi-Fi Alliance certification doesn't mean that Galaxy A6 One UI 2.0 update in the near future. However, it shows that Samsung is making progress in issuing updates for the device.
The Wi-Fi Alliance certificate appears to contain six Galaxy Device A6 is codenamed SM-A600P, SM-A600T, SM-A600A, SM-A600U, SM-A600T1, and SM-A600AZ. All of these devices, according to the certificate, were certified yesterday.
Several Samsung devices also received the same Wi-Fi certification last week, including Galaxy A9 and many more.
Along with Samsung phones, devices from other manufacturers have also recently received the Wi-Fi Alliance certificate. For example, devices from Oppo, Huawei, HMD Global, and TINNO have received certification in the past few days.
Talk about Galaxy A6, Samsung announced the device in May 2018. This phone has a Super AMOLED 18.5: 9 5.6 inch screen and 16MP camera (front and rear).
Samsung Galaxy A6 is equipped with similar security features, such as facial recognition, Samsung Knox, and fingerprint sensors, found in Samsung's flagships.
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