Samsung Galaxy F42 5G launch could be around the corner, shows up on Wi-Fi Alliance website


Samsung has a low-cost 5G phone for us. The Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is now available on the Wi-Fi Alliance website (via) MySmartPrice), Which indicates that development is in its final stages and should begin soon. Its model number is SM-E426B / DS (may vary depending on variant). This list does not tell us much about the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G specifications, it does not support Wi-Fi 802.11b / g / n / ac and Android 11. Again, Wi-Fi Alliance listings rarely do. Above all, the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G is rebranded Galaxy M42 5G.

Over the past few release cycles, Samsung has had the annoying habit of redesigning the Galaxy M-Series smartphones as the Galaxy F Series. It’s hard to say what purpose it works for, but Samsung is fine with it. One can only expect that the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G will bring some improvements over its M-Series siblings. Our in-depth Galaxy F42 5G review Samsung has found that there are many opportunities for development, and it will be nice to see some of those changes.

While the Galaxy F42 5G is actually a redesigned Galaxy M42 5G, we can expect it to run on the Snapdragon 750G chipset along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. We hope that upgrading the Samsung screen resolution to an HD + screen on a Rs 20,000 smartphone is not acceptable. Other Galaxy F42 5G specs may have 48MP quad cameras and a 5,000 mAh battery.

Written By [Baji Infotech]