The Samsung Galaxy A41’s battery has surfaced online! A certification in South Korea has provided some details of the Galaxy A41. The new Samsung phone, which would be the successor to the Galaxy A40, is predicted to debut sometime within the coming future — alongside other new Galaxy A-series models, like the Galaxy A11 and Galaxy A31. It is expected that the Galaxy A41 will have a triple rear camera setup and include up to 128GB of onboard storage. The Galaxy A41 would also run Android 10 out-of-the-box, with a One UI skin on top.
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Listed on South Korea’s Certification Website
As per the listing on the Safety Korea website, a battery pack has been certified with model number EB-BA415ABY. This sounds familiar if we glance at the rumoured Samsung Galaxy A41 that surfaced on previous reports with model number SM-A415X. Therefore, it’s believed that the certified battery is related to the new Galaxy A-series model.
The certification listing on the South Korean site also includes a picture of the battery pack. While the image doesn’t provide any exact details about the battery, tech blog Nashville Chatter claims that the battery is of 3,500mAh capacity.
The reported capacity is slightly larger than 3,100mAh battery available on the Samsung Galaxy A40. But nonetheless, the Galaxy A41 is claimed to possess 15W charging support, which is just like its predecessor.
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If we glance at some previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy A41 will accompany the triple rear camera setup. This includes a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 25-megapixel secondary sensor, and a 2-megapixel tertiary sensor alongside a macro lens. This seems as a serious upgrade over the twin rear camera setup available on the Galaxy A40. A recent rumour also indicated that the new model may have 64GB storage option. Let’s see what Samsung has up its sleeve as more reports follow through.