It has been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy F41 will be divulged in India on October 8. This upcoming smartphone has been prodded by a Flipkart microsite uncovering what we can anticipate from the gadget. As of now, the mystery site has uncovered the design and looks of the smartphone and now it confirms the back camera arrangement too.
The Flipkart posting of the Samsung Galaxy F41 has been refreshed with another image, which confirms the presence of a triple-camera arrangement at its back with a 64MP essential camera sensor. Previously, the company confirmed the presence of a S-AMOLED display with an Infinity-U notch, a 64MP camera sensor, a 6000mAh battery, and a back mounted fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy F41 Rumored Specs
As of late, the Samsung Galaxy F41 was spotted on the Google Play Console posting, which shed light on the key specifications. Going by the equivalent, the upcoming smartphone is accepted to show up with a FHD+ display, an in-house Exynos 9611 chipset, Android 10 OS and 6GB RAM. Other than this, the company is also said to parade a 64MP essential back camera sensor and a 32MP selfie camera with new highlights.
The other rumors that we have been coming across surrounding the Galaxy F41 incorporate the presence of 64GB/128GB storage space along with support for expandable storage space of up to 512GB by means of a microSD card slot. The back camera is accepted to incorporate a 8MP ultra-wide-point focal point and a macro or profundity sensor of unknown resolution. The other goodies to anticipate from the Samsung Galaxy F41 incorporate double 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, GPS, a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 6000mAh battery with 15W quick charging support.
What’s in store?
Of late, Samsung has been pushing its smartphone market to face the expanding competition from other brands, for example, Realme, OnePlus and others. The Samsung Galaxy F arrangement is rumored to dispatch smartphones valued between Rs. 15,000 and Rs. 20,000, which is a crowded market segment in India. In any case, Samsung needs to provide the best understanding for its clients to beat the contention that exists in this segment.