Samsung is working on a new smartphone with model number SM-F4145F which will be the company’s first smartphone in the upcoming camera-centric Galaxy F series. The upcoming SM-F4145F will be available in the market as F41 as early as next month for a price of somewhere around INR 10,000 to 15,000 and will be sold exclusively through online channels.
Several other publications have also spotted a user manual page on the Samsung India official website that spills quite a bit of information about the upcoming F series and confirms that SM-F415F is not a foldable smartphone. The phone has also appeared in the Google Play console recently. The leaked specs are surfacing for quite a long time and this time the Exynos 9611 chipset has been confirmed.
The photos shared by tipster Ishan Agarwal show the phone schematics which reveals that the phone has a waterdrop notch display in the front and has a triple camera module and a fingerprint sensor at the back. The photo also shows that the smartphone will be having a dual speaker setup and 3.5mm audio jack.
The triple camera module in the back is expected to include a main 64MP sensor along with a wide and ultra-wide-angle lens while chances are that the 64MP sensor could be coupled with a wide lens and the third sensor is somewhat completely different.
The manual also suggests that the F41 could get the support for fast charging and will have a USB-C port and it could also support two sims and one microSD card at once.
Ishan Agarwal has also tipped that the Galaxy F41 will be coming in two storage variants and will be available in three colours which can be blue, black & green.
Apart from the manual and details shared by tipster Ishan Agarwal we also got the Geekbench results revealing that the SM-F415F or Galaxy F41 is powered by an Exynos 9611 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and it manages to score 348 and 1,339 points on the single and multi-core tests.