The Google Play Console listing has revealed the name to be Samsung Galaxy F41. The listing has not only revealed the name of the upcoming device, it has revealed key specifications as well. The specifications and design elements of the phone make it similar to that of the Galaxy M31. The Samsung Galaxy M31 had an edge-to-edge Infinity-U display alongside a water-drop notch design for the selfie camera at the front. Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy F41 price in India might be set at the Rs 20,000 price bracket.
Samsung Galaxy F41 Specifications
Going by the listing, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will feature an FHD+ display. 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 also took to Twitter to share the schematics of the device.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will run on Android 10 with the One UI 2.0 on top. This is all that the Google Play Console listing 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, the color options were revealed to be Blue, Black and Green.
What To Expect?
The Samsung Galaxy F41 does look promising but there is a problem. Samsung has been using its Exynos 9611 SoC processor for so long. Moreover, it is not exactly the typical powerful processor in the market right now. Yes, it does carry out daily activities and casual gaming with ease but, is it enough?
In a market enveloped by Snapdragon 730G, 720G and incredible MediaTek processors like the Helio G90T and G80, it definitely falls terribly short. The realm of smartphones is extremely dynamic and an outdated processor will just not do. 2020 has brought way too many powerful processors in the market for the Exynos 9611 SoC to sustain itself for long.
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Simply put, this device is not for those who are looking for something new. An outdated processor does not make up for a good design either. Processor is everything these days and this chipset is just not worth it anymore. However, if you are a Samsung enthusiast who does not carry out long gaming sessions, this might be the one for you. Also, we can also expect to see a 6000 mAh battery in the device as Samsung has used this huge capacity in most of its devices recently.
The takeaway here is that although the device belongs to a new Galaxy ‘F’ series of phones, there is not really much of a difference. The specifications of the smartphone are similar to that of the M31 and a couple other ‘M’ series of phones. However, we do hope that the company uses better processors in its mid-rangers for the best.
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