Last week, a report by 91mobiles claimed that Samsung is gearing up to introduce an all-new camera-centric smartphone lineup, the Galaxy F series in India. The report also suggested that the first smartphone in the upcoming mid-range Galaxy F series will be called Galaxy F41 and could be priced around Rs. 15,000-20,000 in India. Now, the company has confirmed the existence of the Galaxy F series officially on twitter. The company earlier this morning posted a tweet on Twitter with hashtags #GalaxyF and #FullOn. The tweet also hints that the devices under the upcoming F series will have a focus on performance.
— Samsung India (@SamsungIndia) September 21, 2020
Samsung Galaxy F41 Specifications
Samsung Galaxy F41 has appeared on the Geekbench last week revealing Exynos 9611 under-the-hood, which we have seen on several Samsung mid-ranger devices. The Geekbench listing also revealed the codename of the device, SM-F415F. The device will come with 6GB RAM as per the Geekbench database. The phone will run Android 10 based One UI 2.0 custom skin on top.
The smartphone has already been spotted on BIS certification, so the India launch is surely happening. The Samsung Galaxy F41 had also appeared on the Google Play Console listing, the listing revealed the presence of the Exynos 9611 SoC coupled with ARM Mali-G72 GPU and 6GB RAM. The upcoming Galaxy F41 will pack an FHD+ display with 1,080 x 2,340 pixels resolution, which should be an AMOLED display similar to every other Samsung device.
The smartphone might be a camera-centric phone with 64-megapixel quad-rear camera setup going by the leaks and reports. The report by 91mobiles had also claimed that the company will focus on online sales initially, which might be followed by offline sales. Tipster Ishan Agarwal suggests that the Galaxy F41 will come with three color options including Black, Blue, and Green.
That’s all is known to us about the Samsung Galaxy F41, but we expect to learn more information via certification websites and leaks as we move closer to the launch. Most of the aforementioned specifications are based on the reports and certifications, so as always, take these with a pinch of salt as there might be differences in the final product.