The Samsung Galaxy F41, the very first F-series phone, has been announced. Samsung equips it with a sturdy 6000 mAh and the same processor as with the popular Galaxy A51. It is not known whether he will come to the Netherlands.
Samsung Galaxy F41
In India, Samsung has launched the Galaxy F41. The phone recently surfaced in rumors as the first in a new Galaxy F series. Later, Samsung also confirmed that information itself with a teaser video that leaves little to the imagination. The Galaxy F41 focuses on young people through online sales and is committed to a strong price-quality ratio. Does that concept sound familiar to you? That is not surprising, because it is strongly reminiscent of the M series that is also available in the Netherlands.
‘F’ or ‘M’, what’s in a name? Samsung equips the phone with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen that stands out because of its U-shaped screen notch. The screen also has a Full HD resolution of 2340 by 1080 pixels. The plastic housing has room for a 3.5 mm audio jack and the fingerprint scanner can be found on the back.
Performance and camera
Looking at the performance of this phone, we recognize a midrange Exynos 9611 chipset along with a generous 6 GB RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB storage. Samsung uses UF2.1 storage, which is faster than the regular eMMC memory. One of the most striking elements of the smartphone is the enormous 6000 mAh battery. The phone does charge with a 15-watt charger. It also works with Android 10 and One UI 2.1 interface from Samsung.
Finally, there is the camera, and we see that Samsung comes out with a 64 MP sensor. As a second camera, there is an 8 MP wide-angle sensor that takes pictures at a wide angle of 123 degrees. Finally, there is a 5 MP depth camera that allows you to take photos with a blurred background or the ‘bokeh effect’.
In India, the F41 is already for sale for around 200 euros. The Galaxy M31 has already appeared in the Netherlands, which is a phone with similar specifications. So it is not known about we get to see the F41 and the F-series with us. We asked Samsung for more clarity and we will update this article as soon as we get an answer.