Samsung Galaxy M41; rumoured to have the biggest battery on Samsung to date
Reports say that Samsung Galaxy M41 could offer a massive 6800mAh battery. The battery does not appear to be bigger than normal batteries but the images show that the capacity is quite high. The phone’s battery appeared in the Safety Korea site.
The information has leaked after the Galaxy M41 was spotted on the 3C certification website with the model number EB-BM415ABY. The listing reveals interesting details, including the fact that Ningde Amperex Technology Limited will be the manufacturer of the battery. It also comes with Widevine L1 certification for HD streaming on platforms like Netflix and Prime Video.
The Samsung Galaxy M41 will run on Android 10 Os on a 6.3″ super AMOLED display. It is expected that the Galaxy M41 will be powered by an Exynos 9630 processor and a 6800 mAh Li-ion type battery which enables the phone to last for more than a day without charging.
Galaxy M41 may come with 81MP rear camera including 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor with support for Live Focus and a 28MP selfie camera. It will support Night Mode, AI scene detection, and super slow-mo recording, and other things just like the M30.
The smartphone’s other specs are also expected to be an upgrade over the Galaxy M30s.
It will be provided with an inbuilt storage of 128GB and may also have an expandable memory slot to support 512GB with the help of a microSD card. Connectivity features include Wi-Fi, b/g/n, Bluetooth, GPS, Mobile Hotspot.
Samsung Galaxy M41 smartphone is rumored to be launched on August 13, 2020 (Unofficial).
As for the color options, the Samsung Galaxy M41 smartphone may come in Black.