How To Watch Samsung Galaxy F41 Launch Live Stream
Samsung Galaxy F41 is all set to launch in India today at 5:30pm today. The virtual launch event will be streamed via Samsung India’s social media accounts.
Highlights of the Story
- Samsung Galaxy F41 is confirmed to come with a sAMOLED Infinity-U display
- The virtual launch event will begin at 5.30pm today
- The smartphone will pack a massive 6000mAh battery
- Samsung Galaxy F41 is teased to have a rear fingerprint sensor
How To Watch Live Stream And Expected Price
The virtual launch event for the Samsung Galaxy F41 will start from 5:30pm today. The virtual launch event will be streamed through Samsung India’s social media accounts like YouTube, Facebook, etc. Additionally, performances by popular performers in the music industry will also be seen in the live stream. These performers are Neha Kakkar, Divine, Neeti Mohan and Rahul Dua, as revealed by the dedicated launch page on Flipkart.
Also read: Apple Schedules iPhone Event For October 13
The Samsung Galaxy F41 price in India is expected to be around Rs. 15,000 and Rs. 20,000. Moreover, the smartphone will reportedly come in three color options namely Black, Blue and Green.
Earlier, the Samsung Galaxy F41 was reported to be a modified version of the Galaxy M31. The official details about the pricing of the device should be revealed in a little over an hour at the time of writing. Moreover, Flipkart also has a dedicated page for the smartphone revealing its key features. We know about the expected specifications of the smartphone from previous leaks and reports as well.
Samsung Galaxy F41: Expected Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy F41 will feature an FHD+ sAMOLED Infinity-U display. Additionally, the full-HD+ display will have a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. On the processor front, the smartphone will be powered by the Exynos 9611 SoC. The octa-core chipset will be paired with ARM Mali G72 GPU and 6GB of RAM. Moreover, popular tipster, Ishan Agarwal had also taken to Twitter to share the schematics of the device.
Besides, we know from the teaser page on Flipkart that the smartphone will come with a 64-megpapixel primary sensor in its rear camera setup. Also, the dedicated page reveals that the Samsung Galaxy F41 will pack a massive 6000mAh battery.
Furthermore, the Galaxy F41 will run on Android 10 with the One UI 2.0 on top. However, this is all that the Google Play Console listing had revealed about the upcoming device. Additionally, Agarwal also stated in a previous tweet that the smartphone will come in 2 storage variants and 3 color options. Furthermore, we already know now that the three color options will be that of Black, Blue and Green.
This is easily one of the most anticipated Samsung mid rangers this year. From the looks of it, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will be another big hit by the company in India.
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