Samsung is currently working on numerous Galaxy A-series devices with one of them being the next-gen Galaxy A41. For the last couple of weeks, the device is appearing on numerous leaks revealing bits of information each time. Well after making its way to the Bluetooth SIG listing, the device has now visited the FCC for certification purposes. As expected, the listing has revealed some more details on the device.
Samsung Galaxy A41 Appears on FCC Listing, Reveals Specs
As per the new FCC appearance, the device will come with the model number SM-A415F/DSN. For those who’re unaware, the previous Bluetooth SIG certification confirmed the moniker i.e. Galaxy A41 for this model number. The listing revealed that the device will come with 15W fast charging support along with dual-SIM, dual-band WiFi and 4G connectivity. It has further revealed the dimensions of the device and we’re looking at 149.8 x 69.8mm. Lastly, the phone will ship with Android 10 OS out-of-the-box which was pretty obvious.
With that said, most of the internal hardware still remains unknown and we should hope for more leaks & hopefully teasers to come forward soon. Looking at the previous rumors & leaks, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A41 will come with a 6.1-inch Infinity-U display featuring a waterdrop notch for the selfie shooter. It should run on Helio P65 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and two storage options – 64GB and 128GB. The onboard memory should be expandable via MicroSD slot.
Design, Other Features
Last month, we saw some CAD renders of the Galaxy A41 showcasing the design of the phone. Considering those, the phone should feature a triple camera setup in a wide rectangular module. The rear camera module reads a 48MP primary sensor. Speaking of sensors, the remaining two are expected to be an ultra-wide-angle and macro lens. In the CAD, the front of the device showcases a waterdrop notch display with somewhat thick bezels. Since we’re on the subject of the notch, it will house the 25MP front selfie snapper.