Samsung has introduced a bunch of new smartphones in its mid-range A lineup this year. Now, the company is getting ready to launch more handsets with 5G network support.
One of the upcoming smartphones is the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. The device has been spotted a few times online.
A fresh leak is now doing rounds online, confirming a new Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset under the hood. Here is what you need to know.
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G Specs and Features Revealed
The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G has been recently spotted at a mobile benchmark website. According to the database, the smartphone will get its power from an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC, with two cores clocked at 2.21GHz, and the other six, at 1.80GHz. The processor is said to be paired with Adreno 819 GPU. If such a thing turns out to be accurate, it will be the first Samsung handset to pack this processor.
Samsung confirmed the handset would flaunt an AMOLED panel of 6.5-inch. The company didn’t unveil more details about the display, but since it is a mid-range 5G phone, there will likely be an FHD+ resolution.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G is said to ship with a sleek waterdrop notch instead of the boring punch-hole design, for selfies and video calls. The device is expected to house the best camera capabilities, such as a quad-camera module at the rear panel, but any specs details are still scarce.
The smartphone might pack a mighty battery capacity. So far, we don’t know for sure what that could be. According to the recent leak, Samsung Galaxy A42 5G will run on Android 10 OS topped with a custom One UI 2.0.
Samsung is expected to release more statements about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. Given its predecessors arrived as great deals, packing both excellent specs and features, we should expect the Galaxy A42 5G to be the same.