We have Samsung’s new F-series today, and the first phone in the lineup is the Samsung Galaxy F41. The phone brings a 6,000mAh battery that is estimated to last up to 26 hours of video playback, a whole day of phone calls, or web browsing for 21 hours. That’s some insane endurance, given that most phones out there are still unable to achieve this number.
Samsung’s “Full On” marketing totally gives up the fact that this one’s mainly catered at a younger generation. But still, the flashy marketing can’t hide the fact that the phone is almost as same as the Galaxy M31.
The Galaxy F41 brings a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel with a 1080p+ resolution. Powering the phone is the Exynos 9611 chipset which you could see on other Samsung phones as well, while it boots on Android 10 with One UI Core 2.1.
Accompanying the processor is 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage — there’s a triple card slot so you can expand the storage with a microSD card and put two SIMs at the same time.
Put all the specs aside and you have got some pretty capable camera here. The back has a 64MP main cam with 8MP ultra-wide (123-degree of FoV), and 5MP Live Focus camera for depth perception. The 32MP selfie camera is there to provide clarity in pictures, while Samsung’s camera modes and filters are always fun to play with. One such feature is Single Take — it shoots 7 photos and 3 videos at the same time and lets you pick the one that you want to save for later. The rear camera is capable of shooting 4K videos and hyperlapse.
Out of the box, you’ll get a 15W charger which is not enough considering the phone’s huge battery. It takes around 2 hours of time to charge the phone from 0-100%.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 will go on sale in India from October 16 with pre-orders starting soon. There is an offer from Flipkart but for the regular price, it will cost INR 17,000 (~NPR 27,100) for the 64GB variant, while for the 128GB trim you’ll have to pay INR 18,000 (~NPR 28,100).