Earlier reports said Samsung was about to launch the Galaxy M41 smart machine to the Market in India this month, and is said to be using the CSOT flexible OLED screen of Chinese supplier TCL. However, the latest news from 91Mobiles suggests that the South Korean electronics giant may have cancelled the development of the M41 model. The Elec’s report adds that Samsung will focus on the Galaxy M51 model, which has been in development for some time.
While the exact specifications of the Galaxy M51 are not yet known, there is widespread speculation that it will be a skin change for the Galaxy A51, with minor hardware and design changes.
Samsung had hoped to equip the Galaxy M41 with a Display from a Chinese supplier to reduce the cost of manufacturing its mid-range and entry-level new machines, but unfortunately its quality did not meet the company’s requirements.
Earlier reports said the Galaxy M51 was built on the Qualcomm SnapDragon 675 SoC platform, complemented by 8GB RAM plus 128GB ROMs, to run Android 10 custom OneUI 2.0 software.
The machine is also said to feature a front-facing selfie AMOLED punchscreen and under-screen fingerprint scheme, large battery and fast charge support, and a rear four-camera combination with a 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor as the main camera.