We have already reported that Samsung is planning to launch a new Galaxy F series smartphone in India aimed at fans of mobile photography. It is assumed that the first smartphone in the lineup will be released under the name Galaxy F41 later this month or early October.
While there is no official confirmation of its existence yet, a support page is already available on the Samsung India website. The phone has received Wi-Fi certification and the company is reportedly testing its firmware. Now, schematic images of the Samsung Galaxy F41 have appeared on the Web.
The device has a teardrop notch display that is designed for the camera and speaker. On the left side of the case there is a SIM card slot, and on the right you can see the volume control and power / lock buttons of the smartphone. The loudspeaker, USB-C port and 3.5mm audio jack are on the bottom of the device.
On the back of the Galaxy F41 is a rectangular camera unit with three image sensors and an LED flash. The fingerprint scanner is also on the back of the device. The device is equipped with a separate slot for microSD memory cards.
Geekbench confirms that the Samsung Galaxy F41 is built around the Exynos 9611 SoC and comes with 6GB of RAM. It runs on Android 10 operating system.
It is assumed that the price of the device will start at $ 200.