The Samsung Galaxy A42 is 5G because it has the Snapdragon 750G chipset: new leak
Samsung has revealed that the heretofore-rumored Galaxy A42 will launch soon in a slightly strange partial unveiling on its German-language news site. It specified that its is to have a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display with an HD resolution - which is slightly disappointing as that of the A41 is FHD+ - powered by a 5000mAh battery.
The A42 also has quad cameras with a 48MP main sensor and a 20MP front camera. Then again, this joint teaser was less expansive about its internals, SoC and RAM included. However, a blog claims to have solved one of these problems with a code tear-down from the A42's reported appearance on a benchmarking site.
Samsung has confirmed that the A42 will indeed be the furthest device down its series' ladder to support 5G yet, making it all the more probable that it will indeed rock the 750G. This may be the case on its release to the OEM's online store in November 2020, at which point it can be pre-ordered for €369 (~US$430) in Black, White, or Gray colors presented with a wide fading hoop effect on its rear panel.