Samsung's first Galaxy F series phone has a 64MP camera, 6000mAh battery
What you need to know
- The Galaxy F41 is Samsung's first Galaxy F series phone.
- The phone features an Infinity-U Super AMOLED display, triple rear cameras with a 64MP main sensor, and a 6000mAh battery.
- It has been priced at ₹16,999 ($232) in India and will be going on sale in the country from October 14.
Samsung today announced (opens in new tab) the launch of the new Galaxy F series line of budget smartphones. The first phone in the new F series is the Galaxy F41, which is based on the Galaxy M31.
Samsung's "new" Galaxy F41 sports a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display, with a U-shaped notch at the top for a 32MP selfie camera. It is powered by Samsung's in-house developed Exynos 9611 chipset, which has been paired with 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB storage.
The phone has a triple-camera setup at the rear, featuring a 64MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 5MP Live Focus sensor. Keeping the lights on is a massive 6000mAh battery with support for 15W charging speeds. Some of the other key features of the new Galaxy F41 include a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the software side of things, the phone runs Android 10-based One UI Core 2.1 out of the box.
Samsung Galaxy F41 will be available to purchase in India from October 16 through Flipkart, the company's own online store, and select offline retailers. It has been priced at ₹16,999 ($232) for the base 6GB/64GB variant and ₹17,999 ($246) for the 6GB/128GB variant. The phone comes in three color options: Fusion Black, Fusion Green, and Fusion Blue.
Samsung Galaxy M31s
The Galaxy M31s is one of Samsung's most impressive M series phones yet. It offers a vibrant 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display, quad rear cameras with a 64MP main sensor, and a 6000mAh battery with 25W fast charging.
- ₹19,499 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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I guess Samsung has finally accepted that they can't just depend on phones with a 4 figure price tag to maintain dominance in today's market. The new normal appears to be a bit cleaner, leaner, and definitely cheaper.
Samsung, along with everyone else!