The next Galaxy A41 may be now very close to the launch phase. The smartphone has recently appeared at the tables of the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Bluetooth SIG to obtain the necessary certifications and, as we well know, this step usually takes place in close proximity to the commercial debut of the devices.
The sighting does not provide us with additional information regarding the technical specifications, if not the confirmation that the Galaxy A41 is based on Android 10 of the series, supports Bluetooth 5.0 and offers connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Nothing new under this juncture.
Recall that the design and the main specifications of the A41 have emerged in the past few days; as the name suggests, it is a mid-range smartphone equipped with the panel by 6″ with notch to drop, a triple rear camera with main sensor 48 Megapixels, 4GB of RAM, battery 3.500 mAh and at least 64GB of internal memory expandable, even if we expect the existence of a variant of 128GB.
Choice is highly unusual with regard to the SoC, since Samsung seems not to have adopted neither a solution, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon or a Exynos processor made in-house. In fact, it seems that Galaxy A41 will be one of the few devices in the house south Korean to make use of a MediaTek chip, more precisely a Helio P65. We look forward to evaluate their performance.