The Korean tech big launched the brand new Galaxy F collection and its debut mannequin, the Samsung Galaxy F41, on schedule yesterday. The brand new mannequin borrows most of its design parts and its gigantic 6000 mAh battery from the Galaxy M collection, and it’s no coincidence. As beforehand suspected, the Galaxy F41 is basically a renamed Galaxy M31.
We’ll begin with the one stark distinction between the 2 fashions: their cameras. The Galaxy F41 lacks the devoted 5MP macro sensor that the Samsung Galaxy M31 has, leaving it with an in any other case unchanged triple-camera setup. You get the identical 64MP predominant digital camera, the 8MP 123° ultra-wide-angle digital camera, and the 5MP sensor for depth mapping.
The selfie digital camera is 32MP — once more, no surprises there. Samsung’s traditional picture processing software program powers the Galaxy F41, that includes Single Take, Stay Focus, Sensible Magnificence, and extra. The array is housed inside an similar boxy digital camera plate, subsequent to a capacitive fingerprint scanner.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 comes within the authentic black and deep blue colours inherited from the Galaxy M31, however provides a 3rd ‘Fusion Inexperienced’ choice to the palette. The again presents a halftone gradient model look, rounded off by Samsung’s holographic end. The F41 is a less expensive choice within the Samsung value listing if in comparison with the M31.
On the entrance, the SuperAMOLED display screen stretches 6.4” throughout, delivering an FHD+ decision. Samsung F41 has featherweight bezels throughout (in typical Galaxy M-series style) with rounded corners and a U-shaped notch carved on high.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 has a high-capacity 6000 mAh battery with assist for 15W quick charging — though the 15W is much from the trade customary. It tops up your telephone from 0-100% in 160 minutes. And out of a single cost, you'll be able to rise up to 21 hours of looking or 26 hours of video playback. At its coronary heart, the Galaxy F41 has the Exynos 9611 chipset powering the telephone. It’s paired with 6GB of reminiscence and 128GB/64GB of user-expandable storage. The Android10-based OneUI rounds off this mid-range setup.
We do not know but if the F41 will ever make it to Pakistan however the Galaxy M31 is already accessible nationwide, ranging from Rs. 47,999. And whereas the brand new F41 is a straightforward rebadged model, it begins from PKR. 39,999 in our neighboring market.