Earlier this week we learned that Samsung is planning to launch a camera-focused Galaxy F series in India, and today, the Korean tech giant confirmed the existence of the new series by posting a teaser image on Twitter with the caption "The new #GalaxyF will definitely leave a mark on you. Stay tuned to go #FullOn."
The new #GalaxyF will definitely leave a mark on you. Stay tuned to go #FullOn.#Samsung pic.twitter.com/5ahjw6mqTm— Samsung India (@SamsungIndia) September 19, 2020
Samsung didn't reveal any other details about the Galaxy F series, but rumors have it that the Galaxy F41 will be the first device in the lineup to come to the market.
The support page for the Galaxy F41, sporting model code SM-F415F, went live on Samsung's Indian site and its user manual revealed the smartphone will pack a display with a waterdrop notch up top.
Around the back, it will have a fingerprint reader keeping company to the triple camera setup, which includes a wide and ultrawide camera. The purpose of the third unit is unknown.
The Galaxy F41 was also spotted on Geekbench with an Exynos 9611 SoC and 6GB RAM, and it's said to be a rebranded Galaxy M31 having two storage variants and three color options. But it's worth mentioning that the M31 features four cameras on the back while the F41 only has three.
We'll hopefully know more about the Galaxy F41 in the coming days.
Exynos or not I love samsung
Samsung seems to use all the old ageing stock of exynos 9611 before it becomes obsolete!
M is not better than A series. M doesn't have Secure Lock and Good Lock. the two biggest trades of Samsung phones.
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