In the era of 5G, most OEMs are busy working on affordable 5G options. Samsung is also doing the same as they are working on a budget smartphone with 5G connectivity. Reports claim the company is working on its cheapest 5G smartphone and it will belong to Galaxy A-Series. The name Galaxy A41 suggests that it will belong to the more premium category. Let us check out what other details we know about it.
A leaked image of the Chinese 3C 3C Certification site suggests that the Samsung Galaxy A41 is coming with a big 5,000 mAh battery capacity. Although it states 4,860 mAh we might see the company marketing it as a 5,000 mAh one. Other leaks point to the smartphone featuring an internal storage of 128 GB, which is quite the norm these days.
There are reports saying that Samsung will release Galaxy A41 early next year. It is also possible that Samsung will only release a 4G variant in countries where 5G connectivity is not available. The question is, will they release the 5G variant in India? As we have Jio getting ready to roll out 5G in the country. If also things go well Jio 5G will be deployed starting sometime next year. Read the full story, here.
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