Samsung Galaxy F41 will be launched in India today. This phone marks the first appearance of the “Samsung Galaxy F” series. Prior to its release, the main functions of the phone were emphasized. The Samsung Galaxy F41 was teased as packaging a large 6,000mAh battery and equipped with a Super AMOLED Infinity-U display. The phone is also equipped with a triple camera on the back, and has a 64-megapixel main camera. Past leaks indicate that Samsung Galaxy F41 may be equipped with 6GB RAM and run on Android 10.
Samsung Galaxy F41 launch event live broadcast, expected price in India
The Samsung Galaxy F41 conference will start at 5.30 this afternoon.The event will be broadcast live via Samsung India Social Online account. There are rumors that the price of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F41 is between Rs. 15,000 and rupees. 20,000
There were also previous reports that it was a revised Samsung Galaxy M31. Official details about the price should be released within a few hours. The phone will be sold through Flipkart and Samsung’s online store after its launch. Flipkart has published a dedicated page to tease the Samsung Galaxy F41, and it is also accepting interested registrations. There are rumors that the phone has black, blue and green options.
Samsung Galaxy F41 specifications (mocks, expected)
According to the trailer on Flipkart, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will be equipped with a Super AMOLED Infinity-U display with thin bezels. The phone was mocked as a triple rear camera with a 64-pixel main camera on the back. It can also be confirmed that it has a large 6000 mAh battery and a rear fingerprint sensor on the board.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 was recently spotted on Geekbench, and it is said to be powered by Exynos 9611 SoC, has 6GB of RAM, and can run on Android 10.
A leak of the phone’s schematic diagram indicates the presence of a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a single bottom launch speaker in the phone. The reminder also shared that the Galaxy F41 will support fast charging and provide two RAM and storage configurations.
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