Galaxy F41: Details of Samsung's alleged camera-centric budget phone surface ahead of launch
A few days ago, it was revealed that Samsung would debut a new lineup of phones. This new lineup, the Galaxy F series, is billed to offer camera-centric devices in the budget segment. It appears Samsung will kick off the series with the Galaxy F41 and details of the phone have now surfaced.
According to a report by GSMArena, the Galaxy F41 will be powered by the Exyno 9611. Samsung has thrown that chipset into a whole bunch of its budget phones, with devices like the Galaxy M31, Galaxy M31s, Galaxy A51, Galaxy A50s, and Galaxy M30s all using the same SoC. The phone will also come with 6 GB of RAM.
A leaked user manual of the Galaxy F41 also revealed some important details. For one, the phone appears to sport a waterdrop notch and not a hole punch as one would expect. The display is an FHD+ AMOLED as expected but bezels look to be on the large side—larger than is typical with new phones in 2020.
The Galaxy F41 will offer a triple-cam setup at the back, with a 64 MP main camera joined by an ultra-wide-angle shooter. It's unknown what the third camera is. Other features include a rear-mounted capacitive fingerprint reader, dual speakers, and a headphone jack.
Supposedly, the Galaxy F41 could be a rebranded Galaxy M31. That looks viable, too, as some features appear to be the same on the two phones. Both phones happen to look incredibly similar, too.
????BREAKING NEWS???? (Good Morning)— Anthony (@TheGalox_) September 14, 2020
Samsung will launch a new series of smartphones focused in having the best camera in its budget.
Galaxy F will launch by next month and it will be camera first phone. Price will be from $199 to $299
We will see alot of Flagship camera features pic.twitter.com/jYDJKu53y2