Samsung today announced the Galaxy A42 5G amongst many devices at its Life Unstoppable virtual event. The company says the smartphone would be its most affordable 5G device yet but didn’t reveal much of the specifications or the price.
From what we know so far, the device has a 6.6” Super AMOLED panel and it is expected to have at least an FHD resolution. From the images shared, there is a waterdrop notch and it is also expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
At the back, there is a quad-camera setup which indicates there will be an ultrawide angle camera and a depth sensor. There is also an LED Flash beneath square camera cutout.
Lastly, the Galaxy A42 5G is a 5G smartphone obviously from its naming, it is expected to be cheaper than Samsung’s current most affordable smartphone (Galaxy A51) that supports 5G connectivity.
The smartphone will be available later this year in black colour. Samsung will also be sharing the full specifications as the launch gets closer.
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