Samsung Galaxy M40 with Punch-hole Display, Triple Cameras Went on Sale Today Via Amazon: Price, Offers

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Samsung Galaxy M40

Samsung recently launched yet another smartphone under its M-series in India. Dubbed Samsung Galaxy M40, the phone finally went on sale via Amazon and Samsung Online Store today. Launched in January 2019, the Galaxy-M series by Samsung features mid-range smartphones with new-age designs aligning with the current trends. The Galaxy M40 boasts a triple rear camera setup, a hole-punch front camera, and a 3,500mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy M40 Price in India, Availability, Launch Offers

The Samsung Galaxy M40 price in India is INR 19,990. The phone comes in a single variant featuring 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It is available in Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue color variants. The sale kickstarted today on Amazon and Samsung Online Store. Interested buyers can head to either of the portals to buy the latest Galaxy M40.

Concerning launch offers, Reliance Jio users who buy the Galaxy M40 would get benefits of INR 198 and INR 299 prepaid plans while Vodafone Idea users would be eligible for a cashback of up to INR 3,750 on INR 255 worth of recharge. Additionally, Vodafone Idea users would also get an additional data benefit of 0.5GB per day, valid up to 18 months.

Samsung Galaxy M40 With Full-HD+ Display, Snapdragon 675 SoC, Triple Rear Cameras

Samsung Galaxy M40

The Samsung Galaxy m40 comes with a 6.3-inch full-HD+ Infinity-O display and runs Android 9 Pie-based One UI out-of-the-box. One of the most exciting punch-hole design elements that come with the Galaxy M40 is that the phone does not have an earpiece. Instead, the phone’s screen is integrated with Samsung’s in-house sound technology that creates audio vibrations.

Under the hood, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor powers the smartphone with 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and Adreno 612 GPU for graphics. For optics, the phone has a 32MP+5MP+8MP triple rear camera setup and a 16MP selfie snapper integrated into the punch hole on the top left corner of the front panel of the phone. A 3,500mAh battery backs the Galaxy M40 with support for 15W fast-charging. Connectivity support includes dual-SIM, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C, GPS/ A-GPS, and more. The back panel of the device features a fingerprint sensor. Sadly, the phone lacks a 3.5mm headphone jack which means that users will have to make do with a Type-C to 3.5mm adapter to use earphones.

At its pricing, the Galaxy M40 is poised to face some fierce competition from the high-end variants of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro (review) and Realme 3 Pro (review), both of them costing lesser than the M40. But the major competitor lies within the family for the Galaxy M40, you see, Samsung recently launched the Galaxy A50 too that comes with an In-display fingerprint sensor, support for 3.5mm headphone jack and a larger battery for a price of INR 18,490. To get detailed information on the Samsung Galaxy M40, check out our unboxing video below. Also, subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated with everything in the smartphone landscape.



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  1. G4+ is better than this, I have G4+ , just baught Samsung M40 21 June, 19, Samsung M40 has pathetic camera, issue is no image stabalization that means you need to hold phone for longer otherwise picture would be blurred. Also picture quality wise G4+ is winner. Contacted customer care , updated software , no benefit. 32 MP camera what a joke. Triple camera third degree joke.

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