After releasing the Galaxy F02s, Galaxy F12, and the Galaxy M12 in Indian market, Samsung is all set to launch one more elegant yet mid-range smartphone called Galaxy M42 for its budget-friendly fan base. M42 will be equipped with a powerful processor that comes with 5G network capability and would be the first phone to offer 5G in the M series.
The phone has already received a number of official certifications over the past few weeks, that hint an approaching launching date. Now the company has finally started teasing the device, and another few reports surfaced along the teaser about its expected price.The Galaxy M42's teaser video has been shared on Twitter by more than one YouTuber recently. The teaser clearly highlights hashtag #FastestMonster and #5G connectivity to show its main selling features. The tweets also contain the #GalaxyM42 hashtag.
The Galaxy M42 is assumed to be the rebranded version of Galaxy A42 specifically for the Indian market. Both phones might also share some similar features in terms of design, display, and connectivity. However, the major difference lies in the power area. The Galaxy M42 is expected to have a larger battery capacity when compared to the Galaxy A series. The leaks suggest somewhere around 5,000mAh or greater battery for M series.
It is reported that the company will allow the Galaxy M42 to be sold anywhere between $265 to $330. The phone is expected to have a large 6.6-inch super AMOLED display similar to what is available with Galaxy A42 5G. However, you might get a higher refresh rate panel with the device, as having a high refresh rate panel is getting a norm these days.
The phone could feature at least a 20MP selfie camera with a quad-camera system on the rear side consisting of a 48MP primary camera sensor. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 750G processor, and available in 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage configuration. The storage can be further extended using the microSD card. The phone will debut with Android 11 based One UI 3.1 out of the box.