The Samsung Galaxy F series has been in rumors for most of this month, and the company has finally confirmed its arrival. Samsung teased the Galaxy F series on Twitter, but did not reveal any details. The series will be used with the existing Galaxy M and Galaxy A series phones that were transformed in Samsung’s Indian product portfolio last year. The price of the first smartphone in the upcoming new Samsung Galaxy F series may be lower than Rs. 30,000 in India. There are rumors that it is the Samsung Galaxy F41.
Samsung brought to India Twitter Come tease the new Galaxy’F’ series to enter the country. The tweet wrote: “The new #GalaxyF will definitely leave a mark on you. Please stay tuned to #FullOn.” The company has not announced the exact release date of the first smartphone in the series, nor has it revealed any information about the phone’s future Any details of what is called. Now that the pickup notice has arrived, more details should be released soon.
Previous reports indicate that Samsung Galaxy F41 may be the first smartphone released in the new Galaxy F series. This phone has been leaked many times in the past and is expected to be camera-centric with other models in the Galaxy F series.
According to reports, the price of Samsung Galaxy F41 is lower than Rs. 30,000 in India. However, previous reports pointed out that the new Galaxy F series will be equipped with phones priced at Rs. 15,000 and rupees. 20,000 Regardless of the price, the phone may be sold online first and then in retail stores.
Rumor has it that the Samsung Galaxy F41 is very similar to the Galaxy M31 phone released earlier this year, and it is said to have a quad rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel main sensor. However, a recent schematic leak shows that there are three rear cameras on the rear and a drop-shaped notch on the front. Prompt that the phone will have an Always On AMOLED display and a USB Type-C port.
According to Geekbench’s list, Samsung Galaxy F41 is rumored to be powered by Exynos 9611 SoC and 6GB RAM.
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