Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy A41; a mid-range phone with triple camera, 6.1 inch display and waterproof housing. The only downside about this device is that it has only been announced for the Japanese market.
And so it will be a while before the Galaxy A40 gets a successor over here. Considering the specifications of the A41 it is very much welcome. The screen size is increased to 6.1 inches, there will be an extra camera on the back and the housing is now IP68 waterproof.
Those aren't the only features. For example, the Galaxy A41 has a 3500 mAh battery with the ability to quick charge up to 15 Watts. Inside we find an octa-core processor with 4 GB of RAM memory and 64 GB of storage memory. The main camera is 48 megapixels large, there is a 123° ultra-wide-angle lens and there is a special depth camera. The Super AMOLED display on the front has a small notch for the selfie camera. With that said, the phone has a more than okay Screen To Body Ratio of 89%.
Samsung Galaxy A41 release
Samsung announced the Galaxy A41 exclusively for NTT DOCOMO; a Japanese provider. It is still unclear whether Samsung has plans to sell the device outside Japan. It makes sense because its predecessor the A40 also had a global release. We don't have pricing information yet, but we do have its future colors. Expect it in white, black and blue.