It's official: Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is arriving on April 28 with Snapdragon 750G
Earlier this week, a report claimed that Samsung will launch the Galaxy M42 5G in India in April. Today, Amazon.in confirmed the smartphone will be introduced on 28th of this month and set up a promo page on its website for it.
The page also includes a few images which reveal the Galaxy M42 5G's design and some features. The smartphone will pack a notched display and sport a square-shaped quad camera setup on its back.
We don't see a fingerprint reader on the Galaxy M42 5G's rear panel, and neither is it embedded in the power button located on the right-side frame, meaning the smartphone could come with an in-display solution, which means the M42 5G will pack an AMOLED panel.
Under the hood, the Galaxy M42 5G will have a Snapdragon 750G SoC, although the RAM and storage aren't revealed.
Amazon also tells us that M42 5G will come with Samsung Pay and Knox Security.
While Samsung is yet to detail the M42 5G's specs sheet, previous rumors and leaks claimed the smartphone will feature a 64MP primary camera, a 6,000 mAh battery, and will cost between INR20,000-25,000 ($270-335).
With the official announcement still over 10 days away, you can expect to learn more about the Galaxy M42 5G in the coming days.
- 06 May 2021
Launching M series with Samsung Knox is real perk on a 6000mAh battery.
- 24 Apr 2021
I like the modular fingerprint sensor. It's faster, more reliable and even better than the ultrasonic scanner samsung puts on its big boys. I don't know why they think we want a less reliable scanner than the predecessor
- 20 Apr 2021