Samsung is ready to introduce a new line of smartphones under the F-series of which Galaxy F41 would be the first exponent. The information, taken from various sources, describes the new family-focused on photographic skills, an area that is generally the first to be sacrificed to arrive at moderate-priced products.
Samsung’s goal with this new Galaxy device would be to inaugurate a series of cheap products that don’t involve too many sacrifices in terms of photos and videos. Of Samsung Galaxy F41 it is known that not only the design will be very similar to that of the Galaxy M31 due to an almost identical front setting, but also a part of the technical specifications such as 10 nanometer Exynos 9611 CPU, Mali G-72 GPU, and 6 GB of RAM.
The alleged user manual (see below) also comes out in advance, which shows the presence of the USB-C for data transfer and fast charging. Additionally, a camera module with three sensors, a physical fingerprint reader on the back, and the 3.5mm audio jack. Furthermore, Always on Display suggests the adoption of an AMOLED display.
Samsung SM-F415F will probably launch with the marketing name ‘Galaxy F41’.
First phone of Galaxy F Series & tagline seems to be ‘Full On!’ for Indian market.
Check out the design in leaked manual below. Always On Display could mean AMOLED Display. USB Type-C Fast charging. https://t.co/XN3QrZ6mJ9 pic.twitter.com/1eKsyg2Akw
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Samsung Galaxy F41 will initially launch in India in two memory configurations and three colors, blue, black, and green.
The camera also talks about the Samsung Galaxy A52 that will have to deal with the heavy legacy of its predecessor, one of Samsung’s most popular mid-range products. Galaxy A52 is facing the development phase, but thanks to the usual well-informed we are already able to know something about its cameras.
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