Quoted to be a foldable initially, more specifically the Galaxy Z Fold Lite, Samsung confused everyone in the market by giving strong indications that the Galaxy F41 will be a “common” design phone, focused on photography.
Much of its features already revealed point to great similarities with the Galaxy A and M lines, such as AMOLED screen with a drop notch and many rear cameras. Its battery will be 6,000mAh, which will allow you to go far in terms of autonomy. However, there are many unknowns as to how Samsung will position this smartphone on the market.
Quoted to be announced in early October, the cell phone ended up leaking ahead of time through a youtuber, which showed little of the cell phone, but would have confirmed part of its hardware.
For now, unless Samsung ends up confirming that the phone has spectacular camera performance, it seems that the F41 may come to be a little “more of the same” than the company itself already offers, fighting with models like the Galaxy M51 and A71.
It is worth remembering that the M51 was also approved in Brazil recently, and could be announced at any time by the South Korean in the country. Until then, the only model of the new generation Galaxy M available here is the Galaxy M31, which vies for attention in the market of intermediaries for its cost x benefit.
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(updated September 25, 2020, 7:52 am)