Samsung has lost its number one spot in the Indian smartphone market, and is besieged by younger brands including Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, and Infinix in the budget segment. The Korean giant is fighting back with its Galaxy J series, which is aimed at young buyers. The new Samsung Galaxy J4+ and J6+ are extremely similar, and in fact they feel like they're just two variants of the same device. Priced at Rs 10,990 and Rs 15,990 respectively, they will go up against some of the most in-demand models in India right now. We've got both of them in for review, and we're curious to see how Samsung plans to fight back.