Samsung will soon launch a new mid-range smartphone, which according to recent rumors, will probably be the Galaxy F42 5G. The technical specifications of this phone are now available to users on the Google Play console. Samsung plans to officially unveil the phone on September 29 (October 7). Information released from the Google Play console indicates that this new phone is the same as the Galaxy Wide5, which will be released to the mobile market under a different name.
Samsung Galaxy F42 5G has specifications such as a full-screen display The D1080 in 2009 will have a pixel density of 450 PPI, with the selfie camera in the drip notch at the top of the display.
The processor of this phone is MediaTek Dimension 700 with 8 GB of RAM, which also supports 5G network. It is possible that Samsung will release this phone in another version with 6 GB of RAM, in both versions of which Android 11 will be installed by default and will be released with the OneUI 3.1 user interface. Speculation about the phone's specs suggests that it will have a 6.6-inch LCD display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The device is said to use a triple camera with a 64-megapixel main lens, a 5-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and a 2-megapixel depth-of-field detection lens for taking more pictures. The battery capacity of this phone is 5,000 mAh, which will be released with a fast charger.
Samsung will launch its new product, the Galaxy F42 5G on September 29 (October 7). It will be officially unveiled in India. Samsung is expected to sell the device through Flipkart, and the phone will be priced at around 4 14.499 (US $ 196) in the global mobile market.
Overall, the Galaxy Samsung F42 5G is not going to be significantly different from its predecessor, the Galaxy A22 5G, and it seems that the Korean company only intends to launch this device in other countries with a separate strategy. It remains to be seen whether users and enthusiasts will welcome the new and economical product of this superpower in the mobile world.