Samsung revealed the Galaxy A41 on the website of its Japanese division last month, but the price wasn’t known until now. The phone finally appeared at Samsung Germany, where the price of the compact midranger was revealed - it will cost €299 in Germany and £269 in the UK.
The Galaxy A41 is a logical improvement over the last year’s Galaxy A40. It has a bigger 6.1” Super AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and taller ratio. The chipset is coupled with 4 GB RAM and 64 gigs of storage. There are now three cameras on the back, while the fingerprint scanner made its way on the front, underneath the display.
While the 64 gigs of storage might sound less than impressive, Samsung actually provided a micro SD slot for up to 512 GB right next to the Dual SIM tray. There is also a 3,500 mAh battery with fast-charging and Android 10-based One UI 2.0 out of the box.
The phone comes in three colors - Black, Blue, and White, with some neat pattern on the back, called Prism Crush. Availability will begin in May 2020 at Samsung’s online store in Germany, while UK division simply said “in the upcoming months”. Samsung will also offer the Galaxy A41 in some offline retail stores, provided they open next month for customers.
Even Xiaomi is now doing the same with price uplifting. Realme is next to consider buying. As long as they provide flagship device at 500e max im in. All over that is plain stupid to buy.
You are so right! I do not know what happened to the phone pricing but samsung totally fu*ked it up! Before two generations (a-series 2017) were twice cheaper and much more reliable and high quality build! Samsung, you are working against you. With t...