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Galaxy F41 Could be Launching by September End or Early October

A new report by 91mobiles states that Samsung is planning to introduce a new camera-centric Galaxy F series in India. It has speculated that the first device in the series will break cover by the end of this month or early October. Information shared by leaksters suggest that the Galaxy F41 could be the first Galaxy F-series smartphone.

Since the past few months, publications are talking about a Samsung phone that has SM-F415F model number. The support page of the smartphone with model number variants SM-F415/DS is now active on Samsung India’s website. The handset has also bagged certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance in the recent past.  Previously it was speculated that it could be an affordable foldable phone, but it is now rumored to arrive as a mid-range offering.

Interestingly, the firmware for SM-M315 i.e. the Galaxy M31 smartphone was found mentioned in the Wi-Fi Alliance listing of the SM-F415F. Hence, it was speculated that the Galaxy SM-F415F could be coming with the exact same specs as the Galaxy M31 phone that debuted earlier this year in India.

According to a tipster, the SM-F415 could be debuting as Galaxy F41, which is quite evident from its model number. Also, another tipster has shared a screenshot that shows that the firmware development of the Galaxy F41 has begun. There is a possibility that the Galaxy F41 could be a rebranded version of the M31 along with beefed up cameras.

Samsung is still mum on the existence of the Galaxy F series. 91mobiles reported that the Galax F series smartphone will be priced between Rs 15,000 and Rs 20,000. It also stated that the Galaxy F could be made available through online platforms at the beginning in India. But later, the Galaxy F phones may also hit the offline markets in the country.

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