Samsung has announced a new smartphone - Galaxy Jean - in its home country, South Korea.
The Galaxy Jean is a rebranded version of the Galaxy A6+ that was launched in May. The key difference between Galaxy Jean and Galaxy A6+ is in terms of RAM and inbuilt storage.
While the Galaxy A6+ comes in 3GB RAM/ 32GB inbuilt storage and 4GB RAM/ 64GB inbuilt storage models, the Galaxy Jean is available only in one 3GB RAM/ 32GB inbuilt storage variant.
Notably, the Samsung Galaxy A6+ was also launched in India earlier this year.
Also, the Galaxy A6+ is available with a different moniker - Galaxy A9 Star Lite - in China.
The Samsung Galaxy Jean runs Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box and sports Super AMOLED display. The smartphone sport a metal unibody design and is available in two colour options - Black and Lavender.
Notably, the handset is available through carrier KT in the country and has been priced at KRW 440,000 (roughly Rs. 27,200).
The price of the Galaxy A6+ started at EUR 369 (roughly Rs. 29,500).
Interestingly, the Galaxy A6+ recently received a Rs. 2,000 price cut in India, and is now available at a best buy price of Rs 23,990.