Samsung Galaxy F41 Expected Price And Best Features

Last week, Samsung India confirmed that it would be launching the Galaxy F41 smartphone at 5:30 PM IST on October 8. The smartphone’s appearance has already been revealed through its microsite at Flipkart retailer site. It gets more significant on the #FullOn tagline of the new F-series line-up and does not attempt to hide the phone. 

Last week, the Samsung Galaxy F41 was reportedly spotted in a Geekbench listing that hinted at the processor and RAM present on the phone. Additionally, the schematics of the first F series phone, now known to be the Samsung Galaxy F41, were also leaked recently.

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Samsung Galaxy F41 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy F41 Expected Price And Best Features
Source: Flipkart

There’s not much in terms of specs yet, besides noting that the screen will be a Super AMOLED panel and that the phone will pack a 6,000 mAh battery. And there’s a rear-mounted fingerprint reader despite the OLED display, and this phone targets the affordable segment. 

The bezels on the top and sides seem quite slim. The Galaxy F41 will come in a teal-ish color option. Samsung Galaxy F41 will feature a USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a single bottom-firing speaker. The tipster added that the phone would support fast charging and be offered in two RAM and storage configurations. 

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Expected Price and Color Options 

Samsung Galaxy F41 Expected Price And Best Features

Rumour has it that the Galaxy F41 may be a rebadged version of the Samsung Galaxy M31 as the schematics for the upcoming phone show many key similarities to the Galaxy M31. It is also believed that the F series phones will be priced between Rs. 15,000, and Rs. 20,000. Additionally, the Galaxy F41 is said to come in three color options – Black, Blue, and Green.

You can be able to buy this phone on Flipkart and maybe on Amazon.

As of now, Samsung has not shared details on pricing for the Galaxy F41, and the same can be expected officially on October 8.

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