Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is all set to be launched in India on 28 April 2021. The model design and everything were revealed on the best-selling site Amazon along with a few other product details.
The phone’s back panel may have a quad camera setup in a square-shaped module with a multi-colored striped finish. The e-commerce platform Amazon is now accepting interest registrations and has activated the ‘Notify Me’ button. Buyers, what are you waiting for?
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G Prices and other Speculations:
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Samsung’s Galaxy M42 5G is estimated to cost between Rs.20,000 and Rs.25,000. Since the system will be mounted below the Galaxy M51 smartphone, we expect it to be closer to Rs.20,000.
The Samsung Galaxy M42 5G is expected to be an updated version of last year’s Galaxy A42 smartphone. When compared to the Galaxy A42 5G, the Galaxy M42 5G is supposed to have a better camera setup and a larger battery. A quad-camera setup with a 64MP primary camera is expected on the rear, as well as a 6,000mAh battery with 15W fast charging support.
The Snapdragon 750G chipset is expected to power the Galaxy M42 5G, which will have up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It’s supposed to come pre-installed with Android 11 and OneUI 3.1.
The Samsung Galaxy M42 5G will be powered by the Snapdragon 750G SoC, according to Amazon, and will include Samsung Knox security and Samsung Pay. Samsung Knox is a multi-layered mobile protection system that protects the most sensitive data from malware and malicious threats. The phone is likely to support NFC because Samsung Pay is enabled.
We will know more about the details of the phone once it is made available for customers to buy.
Where will Samsung Galaxy M42 5G be available to purchase?
The South Korean mobile will be available on Amazon India along with online Samsung stores and retail stores near you. Interested buyers can purchase them directly or order them online on 28 April.
The phone is supposed to come out in three colors: White, Black, and Grey.
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