Samsung has already launched the Galaxy J6, a mid-range smartphone that ships with Android Oreo on board and offers quite decent specs overall. The Galaxy J6 sells for around $200 in emerging markets, a tad more in other regions. However, it looks like Samsung is readying a slightly improved version of the Galaxy J6+ aimed at some European markets, namely the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries and Serbia, but we can safely assume it will be introduced in other regions as well. The difference between the current Galaxy J6 model and the upcoming Galaxy J6+ is that the latter packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, as opposed to the former’s Exynos 7870 CPU. Also, it’s likely that the phone will come with a dual-camera on the back and a massive 4,000+ battery. We have yet to learn any information about the amount of memory inside, as well as details about its looks, but we do know it sports the same 5.6-inch Super AMOLED display with HD+ resolution as the Galaxy J6. Obviously, the phone runs Android Oreo out of the box and comes with a front-facing camera as well. We don’t know when it will be unveiled, but it will probably be quietly put on sale in one of the countries mentioned earlier.