Samsung Galaxy J6 Plus Review: The Galaxy J6+ does qualify as a decent mid-segment phone, but not a device I would recommend for its performance.
The J6 Plus runs on Android Oreo, rather than the newer Pie, but it feels nice and clean, with Samsung’s software overlay looking very much like stock Android. It isn’t quite as slick as Google’s Pixel launcher, and some of the app icons look a bit child-like, but the experience feels responsive and snappy.
One feature that Samsung seems particularly pleased with is the Dual Messenger option. This lets you add multiple accounts to your “favourite messenger apps”, so that your professional and personal life is kept apart. This isn’t quite as safe as keeping a separate work phone, mind, so don’t come crying to me if you accidentally send an aubergine emoji to your boss at 3am on a Sunday morning.