Samsung Galaxy F41 Specs and Launch Date Revealed

Samsung Galaxy F41 Specs and Launch Date Revealed

Samsung has unveiled the launch date of Samsung Galaxy F41 along with some specifications and design of this device.

So far, a lot of information about Samsung’s future smartphone has been published in cyberspace. Some of them are just rumors that sites are spreading to increase their traffic, but the rest of the specs about the Galaxy F14 are absolutely true. Recently, information has been shared from this device that makes us more familiar with it.

Samsung last week released an ad for the new Galaxy F series, and today e-commerce giant Flipkart revealed that the Galaxy F41 will be unveiled on October 8 as the first smartphone on the market. The Galaxy F41 advertising page, which can now be seen on the Flip Card site, reveals the design of this Samsung phone and also confirms some of its specifications. The information published on the page includes the Infinity-U display, the dual main camera , the fingerprint sensor and the 6,000 mAh battery.

The rest of the specifications of the new Samsung phone have not been officially confirmed yet; But the user manual shows that the Galaxy F41 uses dual speakers and one of its main cameras has an ultra-wide lens. Below is a schematic of the Samsung Galaxy F41:

schematic of the Samsung Galaxy F41

Some time ago, the Galaxy F41 was spotted on the Geekbench site with an Exynos 9611 SoC chip and 6 GB of RAM. It is rumored that this device is actually a remake of the Galaxy M31 that has two different configurations and can be purchased in three colors. Of course, it should also be noted that the Galaxy M31 uses a quad-core camera; But in the F41 we see three cameras on the back of the device.

Of course, the closer we get to the unveiling of this product, the more information we get from it. We just have to be a little patient and wait for another two weeks for this device and its new information.

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