According to a new rumor making rounds, Samsung is gearing to launch a new series of smartphones focused on photography in India under the Galaxy F moniker. These phones are expected to retail in the INR 15,000-20,000 ($200-$270) segment and could launch as early as next month as an online exclusive at launch.
Ahead of the big announcement a user manual was posted on Samsung India’s support page and it gives us our first look at the first member of the new F-series - the Galaxy F41. It bears the SM-F415F model number which was previously believed to be a member of Samsung’s Z foldable line.
We can see the F41 will come with a waterdrop notch screen, triple rear cameras, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a headphone jack. The schematics reveal a dual speaker setup with the earpiece acting as the secondary speaker alongside a bottom-firing unit.
Digging through the manual we see the phone will sport wide and ultrawide cameras though the exact sensors are not listed. Speculations point to a 64MP main shooter. It also remains to be seen what the third module will be.
The manual also mentions the phone supports fast charging though it does not specify its speeds. We also get confirmation that the F41 will charge over Type-C and will sport dual-SIMs and a microSD card all at once.
Alongside its manual, the Galaxy F41 also passed through Geekbench revealing its powered by the Exynos 9611 chipset. It managed scores of 348 and 1,339 points on the single and multi-core runs and comes with 6GB RAM.
Camera-focused? Let's just wait and see what the camera setup and sensor would be. It would be nice to have a telephoto sensor.
The Samsung K-Zoom was excellent for photography. How about an upgraded version.
Aren't we all in a way? :D