Samsung is continuously producing fantastic devices and expanding its Galaxy smartphone range, and these two new affordable additions mean you can get your hands on some amazing tech for less.

Both the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) and the Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) are under £300 SIM-free, but don't let the low-price tag fool you. Each handset is packed with unbelievable specs and offers features often found on premium devices like face recognition technology and long-lasting batteries.

Not sure if you should pick up the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) or Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018)? We've placed both head to head to help you choose.

Samsung Galaxy A6 vs J6 - Design

Both the Galaxy A6 (2018) and Galaxy J6 (2018) have sleek designs, with similar dimensions. The Galaxy A6 (2018) is slightly smaller measuring 149.9 x 70.8 x 7.7mm and features an aluminium body in either gold or black. The Galaxy J6 (2018) is just a touch thicker at 149.3 x 70.2 x 8.2mm and has been crafted out of a durable plastic. It also arrives in black and gold - take your pick and go for the colour that suits your style best.

You'll find a fingerprint sensor located at the back of both devices too for added security. If you'd prefer, you can also unlock either device using facial recognition technology.

Samsung Galaxy A6 vs J6 - Display

A signature feature of Galaxy smartphones, you'll find a vivid and highly detailed Infinity Display on the Galaxy A6 (2018) and Galaxy J6 (2018). Both boast a 5.6-inch Super AMOLED screen, each with an 18:5:9 ratio which maximises screen space while keeping the overall size of the handsets down. Almost bezel-less, the result is an incredibly immersive viewing experience that's perfect for gamers and movie lovers.

The Galaxy J6 (2018) also supports App Pair, which makes multitasking easy. Want to continue watching a YouTube video while you reply to a mate? With App Pair, you can. The handset's screen will split, so you can do both simultaneously.

Samsung Galaxy A6 vs J6 - Camera

If you're after the best camera between the two, go for the Galaxy A6 (2018). Samsung has added two high-spec 16MP cameras to the front and back. With optical image stabilisation, auto focus, face detection and so much more, you'll be able to capture amazing shots in any conditions.

The front-facing camera on the Galaxy A6 (2018) has a special LED flash. Offering three levels of brightness, you can adjust to avoid over exposure. Take the very best selfies, both day and night.

The Galaxy J6 (2018) still boasts two great cameras, coming in at 13MP and 8MP. It's ready to take detailed pictures, and touch focus removes blurry images for good. Selfie Focus also helps the device to mimic a dual-lens effect on the front-facing camera. Tap the area of the picture you'd like to be in focus, and the background will automatically be blurred for a professional effect.

Filters, fun AR stickers and Stamps can also be found on the Galaxy A6 (2018) and Galaxy J6 (2018) - ideal for injecting a bit of playfulness into your shots.

Samsung Galaxy A6 vs J6 - Power

Multitasking isn't a problem for the Galaxy A6 (2018) or the Galaxy J6 (2018). Designed to keep up with even the busiest of lifestyles, there's 3GB RAM on both Galaxy smartphones, 32GB of internal memory that can be upgraded to 256GB via the MicroSD slot, a seriously speedy octa-core processor and a reliable 3,000 mAh battery.

Android Oreo is pre-installed on each device too, with both easily upgradable to Android P once it's released.

Samsung Galaxy A6 vs J6 - Features

When it comes to extra features, you'll receive 15GB of Samsung Cloud storage for free on both, and you'll find Samsung Pay, Samsung Health and Bixby personal assistant loaded up and ready to use.

One feature the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018) has that the Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) doesn't, is Dual Messenger. Ideal if you use your phone for work and leisure purposes, you can now log into two accounts simultaneously on your favourite apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. It's a feature found on other high-end Samsung devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, proving to be a serious time saver.

Keen photographers will probably lean towards the Samsung Galaxy A6 (2018), but the Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) isn't far behind in terms of features. Both devices offer very similar specs, and either choice certainly won't break the bank. You can find both phones, alongside the entire Samsung range, available at Mobiles.co.uk on contract or SIM-free.