Galaxy F41 Could be the New Camera Focused Smartphone from Samsung, Tipped to Launch Soon in India

Samsung Galaxy F41 will be the first smartphone in the upcoming Galaxy F-series.

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Samsung has established itself in different price ranges in India. We have Galaxy M and Galaxy A-series that focuses on the budget and mid-range segment, while the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series are meant for the premium segment. The Galaxy Fold and Flip series is yet another addition to its vast portfolio. However, it seems that the company is planning to bring a series in India, which will be known as the Galaxy F series. Furthermore, the first smartphone in this series will be Samsung Galaxy F41. As per a report by 91mobiles, the company is working on the new series, which will be based on the mid-range segment.

Samsung Galaxy F series details

The report notes that the Galaxy F series smartphones will be priced between Rs 15,000 and Rs 20,000. The major highlight of the series will be the cameras. The report says that the first phone in the Galaxy F lineup will be launched in India next month and will be sold online. Samsung might consider it to bring the device to the offline segment later. The new series is said to offer improved camera performance compared with the Galaxy M lineup.

Samsung Galaxy F41 launch details

Meanwhile, some information about the first Galaxy F series smartphone has appeared online. As per known tipster Chunl, the first smartphone in this series will be known as Galaxy F41. The tipster claims the upcoming smartphone will come with model number SM-F415F. The Samsung Galaxy F41 price in India will be under Rs 30,000. The phone is said to launch sometime in the last week of September or first week of October, the tipster claims.

Moving on, tipster Ishan Agarwal claims that the new mid-range smartphone will be available in two storage options. The Galaxy F41 will come with three colour options including Black, Blue, and Green.


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