That Samsung is working on several mobiles is not unusual. That he is going to launch new ones before the end of the month is what we all hope, although we do not know if they will reach Spain or stay in other markets.
But it seems that the Korean company has stepped on the accelerator lately, because the number of terminals to be announced is high.
A few days ago we told you that the company was finishing outlining a new family of mobiles, the Galaxy F, focused on photography. Today we have the first data of one of them, in addition to a new member of the Galaxy A.
The Samsung Galaxy F41 leaks
The first terminal that Samsung will launch within the Galaxy F is the Samsung Galaxy F41, a mobile that has appeared on the Google Play console, its front design confirmed. It will have a notch in the shape of a drop of water, with frames similar to the Galaxy A and smaller than those of the Galaxy M.
The leaked specifications speak of a mobile with 6.4 inches of diagonal, with SuperAMOLED technology and a 32 Mpx front camera. The rear will be quadruple, with a 64 Mpx main sensor.
The processor will be the Exynos 9611 and will have 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. The battery will not be the largest seen in a Samsung, but almost: 6000 mAh with 15W fast charge.
First data of the Galaxy A52
The second filtered model is the Samsung Galaxy A52, the successor to one of Samsung’s best-selling families, the Galaxy A5X.
This model will have two variants, one with 4G and the other with 5G, the same thing that has happened with the Galaxy A51. In addition, we know that it will have four rear cameras, a main one with 64 Mpx, a macro and two more, which we assume will be a wide angle and a depth sensor.
Another rumor talks that this could be the first Galaxy A to implement wireless charging, but as much as we would like it to be, it seems strange that Samsung is going to bring this type of technology to the mid-range, although it would be a differential factor.
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