The Samsung Galaxy A41 is possibly captured in new renders
Samsung may release a phone called the Galaxy A41 soon. Its predecessor made a decent budget option last year, and judging by new OnLeaks/PriceBaba-published renders, this new generation is shaping up to be no different.
So far, the A41 is portrayed by its existing leaks as a phone that may not differ hugely from its previous generation in terms of specs. It is expected to run on the MediaTek Helio P65 SoC, which is in fact a little slower at the top of its clock than the Exynos silicon found in the A40.
Both phones may have 4GB of RAM, although the putative 2020 device may be able to offer 128GB of internal storage rather than a maximum of 64GB in its 2019 counterpart. The Galaxy A41's new renders also suggest that it will have pretty much the same Infinity U Samsung display as its predecessor. This notch option does at least minimize its side-bezels and chin.
However, the phone in the images does distinguish itself through an interesting 'diamond' pattern and 3 cameras on its rear panel. They are currently believed to be 48+25+2MP shooters. Finally, the A41 should supply the user with One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 out of the box.