Samsung Galaxy A41 that passed through Geekbench last month have surfaced, revelled its design.
The Galaxy A41 will pack an Eternity-U display, which is said to measure between 6″ and 6.1″ crosswise and features a 25MP selfie camera inside the notch.
At its back, it has a triple camera setup with a 48MP main unit. It’s back panel doesn’t have a fingerprint reader, which means the phone will either come with an in-display solution or will depend on Face Unlock for biometric confirmation.
The images also show us the volume rocker and control button – placed on the right side of the phone, with the SIM card slot found on the left. In the bottom is the USB-C port, edged by the 3.5mm headphone jack, speaker and primary microphone, at the top of the phone there is a secondary mic placed.
The foundation says that the Galaxy A41 has 7.9mm thick, with the camera thump adding another millimetre to it.
Samsung hasn’t disclosed any information about the Galaxy A41 yet, but thanks Geekbench, that we know it will come with an Helio P65 SoC, 4GB RAM and Android 10.
The Galaxy A41 is believed to have 64GB base storage and a 3,500 mAh battery under the cover, charging at up to 15W.