A few days back, a Samsung smartphone was spotted on GeekBench, Google Play Console, and it was also leaked in the way of design schematics. The phone was said to be called the Samsung Galaxy F41 and was speculated to debut soon. Now, Samsung itself has teased the device on social media leaving us with a few hints.
The tweet shared by Samsung has two hashtags, #GalaxyF, and #FullOn. The hashtag doesn’t reveal anything significant but the hashtag #GalaxyF suggests that it will be a new series instead of just a single phone. As of now, there is only one smartphone in the series which has emerged in the rumor mill and it is the Samsung Galaxy F41.
Samsung Galaxy F41 was spotted running Android 10 with an Exynos 9611 chipset and 6GB of RAM. The phone’s schematics reveal triple rear cameras, single front camera, punch-hole display, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
If we go by the schematics, the phone seems to have an almost identical design to the Galaxy M-series devices. We are unsure of what Samsung plans to do with the recently leaked Galaxy F41 but it seems to be just another rebranded device with an old recipe.
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