The Samsung Galaxy A41 was seen in multiple leaks earlier this year and now makes its official debut in Japan. It's a preliminary announcement rather since the Galaxy A41 is only scheduled to hit the shelves in June 2020.
The Galaxy A41 brings notable improvements over the Galaxy A40 starting with the larger 6.1" FHD+ Super AMOLED display. It still has a water waterdrop notch with a 25MP selfie camera, but there's now a fingerprint sensor underneath as opposed to around the back.
The main camera setup uses a single vertical roll as opposed to the rectangular plates of most recent A-series phones. It's a major jump forward too, having a 48MP main shooter alongside an 8MP ultrawide snapper and 5MP depth helper.
The Helio P65 chipset sits at the helm paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The phone is powered by a 3,500mAh battery with support for 15W charging speeds. The A41 also gains IP68 dust and water resistance and will presumably launch with Android 10 alongside Samsung’s One UI 2.0.
The Samsung Galaxy A41 will be available in blue, white and black colors. There are no details on pricing and international availability yet but they should emerge soon enough.
Source (in Japanese)