Samsung is truly expanding its mid-range lineup by profusely pushing A-series phones in such a short time. Just as when the Nepali market recently got the taste of Galaxy A51 and A71, Samsung has come with yet another A-series smartphone — the Galaxy A41. There were partial leaks about the phone earlier this year and today we get to see it.
A successor to last year’s A40, the Galaxy A41 brings a lot of changes under its hood as well as the optics. To start things off, there’s a 6.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a waterdrop notch that sees a 25MP selfie camera. On the other hand, it replaces the capacitive fingerprint scanner on the A40’s back with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
The back also gets a significant upgrade in terms of the camera: 48MP primary camera accompanied by 8MP ultrawide and 5MP depth sensor for portrait shots. All these sensors sit along with a common vertical roll as opposed to a rectangular plate that we have seen on recent A-series phones.
Inside, the Exynos chipset on the A40 has been replaced with the MediaTek Helio P65 SoC, while the RAM and storage are at 4GB and 64GB respectively. Powering the phone is a 3,500mAh battery with 15W charging speeds. Also, the A41 gets IP68 water and dust resistance, whereas, on the software side, it will most probably launch with Android 10 alongside One UI 2 out of the box.
The Samsung Galaxy A41 will be available in blue, black and white color options and will hit the market in June 2020. However, there’s no word about its pricing and international availability yet.