Samsung is reportedly in the works to launch a new mid-range Android smartphone, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy M42. A little while ago, we received a report suggesting the launch of the device. Today, we have spotted the Samsung Galaxy M42 on the 3C certification website and the DEKRA certification website, which give us a working clue as to what the battery capacity of the device is going to be. Take a look at the certifications that the Samsung Galaxy M42 has been spotted on and find out what the device has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy M42 battery revealed; launch imminent
As seen in the certification images, the Samsung Galaxy M42 (battery model number: EM-BM425ABY) will feature a 5,830mAh battery (rated capacity), which could very well be a 6,000mAh cell. The charging limit voltage is 4.43V, as per the 3C certification. Other than the battery capacity reveal, the 3C certification and the DEKRA certification fail to tell us anything else about the device.
That being said, previous leaks point out that the Samsung Galaxy M42 could feature a 64MP camera setup at the back. Furthermore, the device is tipped to feature 128GB internal storage. These specifications, however, are categorized under the rumored section as of now, so we would suggest that the readers should take these with a slight grain of salt before things become official.
As far as the Indian launch of the Samsung Galaxy M42 is concerned, there are high chances that the brand would bring the device to India as well, as the same (the battery) has already been certified by the Indian BIS certification. Below is the certification image for your reference:
As of now, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M42, but since the device has already started its certification journey, we can expect to hear more about it in the coming days. Whenever we do, we will keep you posted on the same. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy M42? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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