NEW DELHI: South Korean technology giant Samsung is busy expanding its Galaxy M series smartphones. The company recently launched the Galaxy M12 in India and now a Galaxy M42 5G is expected to launch in the country.
According to an online report, this will be Samsung’s cheapest 5G smartphone. The smartphone is said to have a price below Rs 25,000 and be available online Amazon and Samsung.com and offline in authorized retail stores.
The smartphone is said to be powered by an octa-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G with 4 GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy M42 5G should run the Android 11 operating system and it should also be delivered with Knox Security. The smartphone has already received TO Certification which means it will start in India soon.
The smartphone will also contain a 6000 mAh battery and a 64 megapixel quad rear camera.
It was recently reported that Samsung is slated to partner with Olympus for its upcoming smartphone. As reported by Mashable, neither company has yet to confirm the partnership. Allegedly, Olympus cameras will debut with a special edition of the Samsung Galaxy Fold or with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Olympus is part of OM Digital Solution, which is known for its professional cameras. The leakster says the Japan-based camera company may offer both branding and expertise in key areas of photography and videography for future Samsung flagship phones.