Samsung Galaxy M40 gets its WiFi certification, 128 GB internal storage in tow
Those who think that none of the three existing Galaxy M handsets is the right one for them might want to wait for the upcoming Galaxy M40 because the device with the model number SM-M405F has just received its Wi-Fi certifications and also seems to be the first Galaxy M to run Android 9.0 Pie out of the box.
According to SamMobile's sources, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M40 will also feature 128 GB of internal storage. Sadly, this is where the information provided by the aforementioned website in its exclusive Galaxy M40-related article. Obviously, we can try a few rather safe guesses regarding some the features of this upcoming handset: a generous battery with at least 4,500 mAh, a Super AMOLED display, as well as an Exynos processor.
In addition to the above, the Galaxy M40 will probably sport a triple main camera setup and an in-display fingerprint reader. Since the first three Galaxy M handsets were unleashed in India first, it wouldn't be surprising for the Galaxy M40 to follow suit.
Do you think that Samsung is on the right path in the low-end and mid-range areas of the market with the Galaxy A and Galaxy M families? Are you one of those who already purchased one of these new handsets? Feel free to share your thoughts with the rest of us in the comments section, as usual.
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