The Samsung over debuted a mobile phone with 5G on Wednesday (28). This is the case of the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G, an intermediate smartphone with a quad-camera of 48 megapixels, a battery of 5000 mAh, and the processor Snapdragon 750G in the datasheet.
The smartphone features a 6.6-inch screen with HD + resolution. In a drop-shaped notch, there is a 20-megapixel photographic sensor. The panel also has a built-in fingerprint reader.
The photographic set is quadruple, with a 48-megapixel main camera. There is also another 8-megapixel sensor, with an ultrawide lens. The rest of the group consists of two 5 megapixel cameras, one for macro and one for capturing the depth of field.
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, the Galaxy M42 5G has options of up to 8 GB of RAM. To store files and install applications, the phone has 128 GB of storage, which can be expanded using a microSD memory card of up to 1 TB. The battery is 5,000 mAh.
The other specifications are for Android 11 from the factory, with the One UI 3.1 interface. The smartphone also has 5G and NFC connectivity, for payments with Samsung Pay. At the time of purchase, the consumer has two colour options: grey and black.
Samsung’s new cell phone will hit stores in India on May 1. The option with 6 GB of RAM will cost 21,999 rupees while the edition with 8 GB of RAM will cost 23,999 rupees
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G – specs
|Samsung Galaxy M42 5G|
|Screen||6.6-inch Super AMOLED with HD + resolution|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G|
|RAM||6 GB and 8 GB|
|Storage||128 GB, expandable via microSD memory card up to 1 TB|
|Back camera||Main: 48 megapixel, f1 / 8 (Samsung Isocell GM2)- ultrawide: 8 megapixels, f / 2.2- macro: 5 megapixel, f / 2.4- depth of field: 5 megapixels, f / 2.4|
|Frontal camera||20 megapixel (f / 2.2)|
|Drums||5,000 mAh with 15 watt recharge|
|Operational system||Android 11 (One UI 3.1)|
|Connectivity||5G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC|
|More||fingerprint reader under the screen and Samsung Pay|
|Dimensions (mm)||164.3 x 75.8 x 8.6 mm|
|Colors||gray and black|
Image credit: Samsung
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