Released: Galaxy A41 certified by Bluetooth Alliance

Back in February, it was reported that Samsung would launch a new Galaxy A41/A31 midrange smartphone. According to the Geekbench database, devices with Model SM-A415F models are expected to use MediaTek Helio P65 SoC, 4GB of RAM, and pre-installed OneUI 2.0 software customized based on the Android 10 mobile operating system. The device is now certified by the Bluetooth Alliance (SIG), meaning Samsung will soon release the Galaxy A41.

Released: Galaxy A41 certified by Bluetooth Alliance

Geekbench shows that the Galaxy A41 features a 1.71GHz MediaTek octa-core processor (or Helio P65 SoC) with a single-core/multi-core performance score of 1684 / 5403, and SIG certification indicates that the machine also supports Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

For photo ops, the Galaxy A41 is expected to feature a front-facing 25MP single-camera plus rear three-camera. The main camera sensor is 48MP, and the parameters of the other two lenses are unknown, perhaps focusing on ultra-wide angle and macro photography, respectively.

Released: Galaxy A41 certified by Bluetooth Alliance

For storage, the Galaxy A41 or a combination of 4GB RAM plus 64 / 128GB ROM. For battery, the machine is expected to have a built-in 3500 mAh and supports fast charging.

Finally, the Galaxy A41 or the Infinity-U drop-type notch screen with 6 to 6.1-inch s/FHD-plus resolution (to accommodate the front-facing camera) with a rear fingerprint scheme and support for Samsung Pay.