The Samsung Galaxy M42 5G India support page launches on Samsung’s website here, suggesting that the smartphone may soon debut in India. The page does not disclose additional information about the phone, including the launch date of the phone. However, we know more about the phone, as the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G has been spotted on various certification sites, including the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. The Samsung Galaxy A42 has also been spotted in some of these lists, although more details are still expected about this phone.
According to Samsung Indian support page a phone number with model number SM-M426B / DS is indicated. It is assumed that this model number is the Galaxy M42 5G, as recently the same model has received the necessary BIS certification. In addition to BIS certification, the Galaxy M42 5G was spotted in the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG certificates some time ago.
Last year, the same smartphone had cleared the 3C and DEKRA certificates. The Samsung Galaxy M42 5G It is said to run on the Android 11 operating system and has a 64-megapixel rear camera, with a storage capacity of 128GB and a 6000mAh battery capacity. Previous details about the features of the Galaxy M42 5G remain unknown at this time.
While we’re waiting for more information on the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G and the likely release of the Galaxy A42 5G soon, Samsung is boosting its mid-range portfolio with a number of new devices.
For example Samsung Galaxy F62 was released in India in February 2021. This is the latest model in the F-Series, which was introduced in October last year with the release of the Galaxy F41. Samsung Galaxy F62 features a perforated display design and carries four rear cameras. The model is also available with an octa-core Exynos 9825 Soc processor, which debuted in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.
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