Samsung has quietly announced a brand new 5G mid-ranger smartphone – Samsung Galaxy A42 5G – which shapes up to be the most affordable 5G smartphone in Samsung’s portfolio so far.
Although the Galaxy A42 5G had already been made official today, but the Korean smartphone maker has yet to reveal the full specs of the device. Instead, Samsung only revealed its partial specs and hence there isn’t any information pertaining to it’s underlying chip and camera configuration.
According to Samsung, the Galaxy A42 5G is built around a 6.6-inches Super AMOLED display which employs a dewdrop-notch design. It has a FHD+ screen resolution as well as an in-display fingerprint scanner.
Over at the back, the Galaxy A41 5G has a total of four cameras which are housed in a squarish camera housing which somehow remind us of the Realme C15. This time round, its rear panel shines in a unique quad-tone design which makes the device stand out from its other A-series counterpart.
As for the rest of it’s specs and pricing, Samsung will probably unveil them in the next couple of weeks.