Affordable 5G smartphone Samsung Galaxy M42 with a large battery will be released before the end of April
Internet sources report that by the end of this month, Samsung will announce a mid-range smartphone, Galaxy M42, which supports fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks.
It is known that the silicon “heart” of the device will serve as a Snapdragon 750G processor developed by Qualcomm. This chip contains eight Kryo 570 processing cores with a clock speed of up to 2.2 GHz, an Adreno 619 graphics accelerator, and an X52 5G modem that provides data transfer rates of 3.7 Gbps.
We are talking about a four-module rear camera: it will include a sensor with 64 million pixels. The front camera will be located in a small hole or cutout in the screen. The latter will be in Full HD + format.
Power will be provided by a powerful rechargeable battery – 6000 mAh. On the means of quick recharging, nothing has been reported yet.
Internet sources are already calling the approximate price of the novelty: it will range from 265 to 335 US dollars, depending on the amount of RAM and the flash drive capacity.
According to analysts Digitimes Research, in 2020, 5G smartphones worldwide ranged from 280 to 300 million units. Approximately 550 million fifth-generation cellular handsets are expected to ship this year.