Samsung Galaxy M40 With A Mammoth 5,000 mAh Battery Tipped
Samsung has been on a smartphone launch frenzy this year. On the contrary, it has also axed a couple of lineups including the J series and On Series. The company is instead diversifying its offerings in the Galaxy A and the Galaxy M lineup. An upcoming smartphone in the latter lineup called the Galaxy M40 has been tipped before its official unveiling.
As the name suggests, the Galaxy M40 will be the specced up sibling of the Galaxy M30 and the apex offering in the Galaxy M lineup. The device was previously spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance’s website which revealed that it runs on latest Android 9 and supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Wi-Fi.
The latest report claims that the smartphone will be powered by a mammoth 5,000 mAh battery which will supposedly support 15 W fast charging. Like the Galaxy M30, it will also have a Super AMOLED display panel. Under the hood, it will be powered by either Exynos 7904 chipset of the Exynos 9610 SoC which is also found on the Galaxy A50. Furthermore, it is reported to feature and in-display fingerprint sensor. Also identical to the Galaxy M30, it will have a triple rear camera setup.
Galaxy M40 Launch Date and Price
Even though Samsung is yet to announce the launch date of the Galaxy M40, the Wi-Fi certification and the latest tip suggests its launch is imminent. The official price of the smartphone will be publicised at the time of the launch, however, going by its features and placement in the lineup, it will be a sub 20k handset.