It seems that Samsung is working on another new smartphone of its M series. Because a new certification has surfaced online and it points directly to the Samsung Galaxy M41.
According to a report by GSMarena, the Samsung Galaxy M41 3C certification was approved on June 28 last week. If we go by certification, then it indicates that the phone is going to be revealed soon. Information about some specifications of the phone has also been revealed by this certification. This M-series phone includes a large 6,800mAh battery to power it.
The 6,800mAh battery is commonly used in larger tablets. Considering that it is an M-series device, the Samsung Galaxy M41 can cost anywhere between Rs 16,000 to Rs 22,000 in India. This will be Samsung’s first phone with such a large battery. So far, the company has used a 6000 mAh power battery.
We heard that Samsung was going to implement an OLED panel on the M41 which is made by a third party company. This will be in contrast to other Samsung phones that use OLED panels made by the company. And this third party is TCL’s China Star Optoelectronics Technology. However, Samsung later explicitly canceled the plan, stating that the Galaxy M41 would not arrive. But now the phone is seen again. So it can be launched soon.
Samsung galaxy m41 key Specifications
- Processor:- 2.3 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A73 + 1.7 GHz, Quad-core, Cortex A53
- Chipset:- Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 9609
- OS:- Android v9.0 pie
- RAM:- 6GB
- Architecture:- 64BIT
- Screen size:- 6.3 Inches
- Screen type:- OLED panel
- Pixel Density:- 409 PPI
- Rear camera:- 64 MP + 12 MP + 5 MP TRiple camera setup
- Front camera:- 24MP
- Flash:- Led flash
- Capacity:- 6800 mAh
- Type:- LI-ION
- Fast charging:- ✔yes
- USB Type-C:- ✔yes
- Expected RS 16,000 to RS 22,000 price in India