- Tram Ho
Samsung recently launched a new mid-range smartphone called the Galaxy F41. Despite being released as the first phone in the F series, the Galaxy F41 is not really a new device, instead it is just a renamed version of the Galaxy M31 (but omitted a few features) released earlier this year.
Galaxy F41 has the same design as the Galaxy M31, all finished from plastic, 8.9mm thick and weighs 191g. In addition to design, Galaxy F41 is also equipped with a 6.4-inch Infinity-U “water drop” screen with Full HD + resolution. The plus point of this screen is that Samsung still uses a quality Super AMOLED panel for a product line with a relatively low price.
Although it is the renamed version, the Galaxy F41 has been stripped of some features on the M31 by Samsung, such as the 4-camera cluster that cuts down to 3 cameras, removes the 5MP macro camera and keeps 3 cameras. the rest, including: 64MP f / 1.8 wide angle camera, 8MP f / 2.2 ultra wide angle camera and 5MP depth camera. It also has a 32MP f / 2.0 camera on the front.
In addition, the Galaxy F41 also has only 6GB RAM option (Galaxy M31 has 8GB RAM option), but is still equipped with Exynos 9611 chip and 64GB / 128GB memory. The battery of the device also has a capacity of 6000mAh and a fast charge of 15W.
In terms of price, Galaxy F41 will be sold from October 16 to here on the Flipkart e-commerce floor as well as the official Samsung stores in India with a price of INR 16,999 for 64GB version, equivalent to 5.4 million . The 128GB version will be priced a bit more expensive at INR 17,999, equivalent to VND 5.7 million. This price is a bit cheaper than the price of Galaxy M31 in the same market.
Source : Genk