The date to watch is October 8, according to the Flipkart microsite promoting the upcoming handset. Images on the site also confirm the device’s front and back design, which feature a physical fingerprint reader, triple rear cameras, and a notched screen.
Unsurprisingly, the display will be Super AMOLED, and Samsung is making a big fuss about the phone’s supposedly vibrant panel. It is expected to feature a 2,349 x 1,080 resolution, plus a pixel density of 420 dots per inch.
Another selling point is the handset’s massive 6,000mAh battery, which should translate to days of normal usage on a single charge.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 is also designed and made in India, which makes sense since the Indian government incentivizes companies for producing phones using domestic labor and locally sourced components.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 has been previously spotted on the Geekbench site and Google Play Console sporting an Exynos 9611 chipset with 6GB RAM. The phone will arrive with Samsung’s One UI Android skin on top of Android 10. It has an expected price tag of possibly between ₹15,000 and ₹20,000 (around P9,880 or $134 and P13,173 or $204).
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