After reports that Samsung has dropped plans of launching the Galaxy M41, new information has emerged that claims the phone maker is not only planning to launch the device but also do it in style.
The latest reports suggest the Samsung Galaxy M41 could offer a 6,800mAh battery pack — the biggest for a Samsung phone so far. The information has leaked after the Galaxy M41 was spotted on the 3C certification website. The listing reveals interesting details, including the fact that Ningde Amperex Technology Limited will be the manufacturer of the battery.
Apart from the listing, a live image of the battery has also leaked online, revealing to us the same capacity for the pack. As is seen in the images, the capacity is quite high, but the battery itself does not appear to be bigger than normal batteries.
Apart from this, there’s little known about the Galaxy M41. There have been leaks in the past that have revealed information about the Galaxy M41. One of these has claimed in the past that the Galaxy M41 will reportedly feature a 64-megapixel camera and be powered by an Exynos 9630 processor.
Whenever it is launched, its other specs are also expected to be an upgrade over the Galaxy M30s. To recall, the M30s sports a 6.4-inch FHD+ Infinity-U Super AMOLED display, much like its predecessor. It also comes with Widevine L1 certification for HD streaming on platforms like Netflix and Prime Video.
The camera system also includes an 8MP ultra wide-angle sensor and a 5MP depth sensor with support for Live Focus. On the front, the M30s get a 16MP selfie camera. The M30s camera also supports Night Mode, AI scene detection, and super slow-mo recording, among other things.