Samsung Galaxy M41 could be launched with 6,800 mAh’s huge battery ever
Samsung's new Galaxy M41 has reportedly surfaced on China's 3C certification site carrying the model number EB-BM415ABY on June 28.
This new phone from Samsung’s ‘M’ series will come with a massive 6,800 mAh battery, which will become the first Samsung phone with a huge battery ever. The information comes from the 3C certification site and the phone’s battery has also appeared on Safety Korea site. It is said that this phone will be a successor of Samsung’s Galaxy M40 which was launched by Samsung last year. According to recent reports, this huge battery of Samsung Galaxy M41 is manufactured by Amperex Technology Limited.
The leaked images of the phone’s battery show that it is of normal size and because of this, there are fewer chances for the phone to become bulky. Generally, the phones become thick and heavy which comes with a powerful battery but it is expected that this phone will be not like that.
Last year, a notable tipster suggested the development of Samsung phone and indicated that it would come out with triple rear cameras, comprising 64 megapixels primary camera, a 12 megapixels secondary camera, and a 5 megapixels depth sensor.
Additionally, it is also expected that the phone would pack with the Exynos 9630 SoC processor and 6 GB of RAM but Samsung is yet to confirm the development of the smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy M41 was expected to launch in the first half of the year but a recent report shows that the launching of this phone was halted due to the wake of COVID – 19 pandemic.