Yesterday, we got our first more substantial leak of the upcoming Galaxy F-series from Samsung. It’s expected to be a midrange line with a focus on camera performance and the first device in the series will likely be called Galaxy F41. The phone’s manual was listed on Samsung India’s support page revealing its appearance and key features and it also managed to pass by Geekbench alongside the Exynos 9611 aided by 6GB RAM.
Now, we get another certification listing from the Google Play Console. It reaffirms the previous Exynos 9611 speculations and also shows the F41 will pack 6GB RAM. There display will feature a 1080 x 2340 pixel resolution and we also get a render of the device which looks quite similar to the Galaxy M31.
The F41 will sport a waterdrop notch AMOLED panel while the back will feature a triple camera setup headlined by a 64MP sensor. We do know the second shooter will be an ultrawide lens though there’s no word on the third sensor’s type.
The Galaxy F41 will also boast a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual speakers and a headphone jack. It’s expected to retail in the INR 15,000-20,000 ($200-$270) range and will debut in India sometime next month as an online exclusive.