Samsung Galaxy A40 specs and market availability leak online

Samsung Galaxy A40 specs and market availability leak online
The Galaxy A40 is part of a new generation of mid-range smartphones that Samsung plans to introduce this year. The first Galaxy A series that we've talked about in the recent months is the Galaxy A50, which is rumored to pack a generous 4,000 mAh battery and a good camera.

We now have information about its little brother, the Galaxy A40, a phone that will come with the latest version of Android on board. The mid-range handset was recently spotted in a benchmark database by the folks over at GalaxyClub and from what we've been able to learn, the Galaxy A40 looks like a pretty decent phone on paper.

Besides the fact that it will ship with Android Pie right out of the box, the upcoming Galaxy A40 will feature a high-quality AMOLED display and 4GB RAM, more than enough to run a decent amount of apps.

Samsung's proprietary Exynos 7885 chipset will power the Galaxy A40, a quite robust chipset for a mid-range device, much better than the equivalent from MediaTek. We have yet to find out whether or not the Galaxy A40 will share some of the specs with its bigger brother, the Galaxy A50, like the 4,000 mAh battery and a 24-megapixel camera.

However, we do know that Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy A40 in many European markets like the UK, France, Germany, Poland, Netherlands, and Scandinavian countries. The only thing that remains to find out is how much the phone it will cost and when exactly it will be available.

Samsung Galaxy A40, and probably the Galaxy A50 too will most likely be released in the United States at various carriers, but under different names.

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