Samsung Galaxy F41 Revealed in an YouTube Video Ahead of India Launch on October 8

Samsung Galaxy F41 to pack a 6,000mAh battery.

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Samsung Galaxy F41

Samsung is all set to launch a new smartphone in the F-series and the company has also listed the phone on Flipkart website. The company has already revealed the model name and popular YouTuber Technical Guruji has also shared a video of the smartphone revealing the design, specifications, and features of the phone ahead of the October 8th launch. Here’s a closer look at the upcoming Samsung Galaxy F41 smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy F41 Specifications and Features

According to the video shared by the Gaurav Chaudhary, the Samsung Galaxy F41 will be the first phone in the F-series, which is going to be exclusively launched on Flipkart. He also added that the smartphone will flaunt a Super AMOLED infinity U-cut display. Just to let you know U-cut means U-type notch design placed at the top of the panel.

The YouTuber also confirmed that the Galaxy F41 is fuelled by a massive 6,000 mAh non-removable battery. The handset packs a triple rear camera setup placed vertically at the top left corner of the rear panel. The sensors consist of the 64-megapixel main camera, but he didn’t reveal the rest of the sensor specs due to some reasons.

Gaurav’s YouTube video showcased the entire design of the Galaxy F41 in its full glory ahead of the launch. We also notice a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner at the middle of the rear panel for security. While looking at the UI of the smartphone we can say that it runs on Android 10 operating system.

Meanwhile, Technical Guruji is also running a giveaway contest on his YouTube channel in which he is giving away the Galaxy F41 to one lucky winner before the official launch. According to the Flipkart microsite, the smartphone is likely to be offered in Black, Blue, and Green colour options. Leaks suggest that the smartphone will be powered by Exynos 9611 SoC, clubbed with 6GB of RAM. We can expect more information about the Galaxy F41 as we move closer to the launch.