Samsung Galaxy F42 5G smartphone appears on the Wi-Fi Alliance website, will be equipped with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac support and has a model number SM-E426B/DS.
Samsung is rumored to be launching its smartphone 5G newest in the near future, via the Galaxy F42 5G. Now the smartphone has appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. Reporting from Gizmochina (23/5), this database shows that the smartphone is in the final stages of development and is likely to be launched soon.
It is rumored that the Galaxy F42 5G will arrive with Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac support and has the model number SM-E426B/DS. This smartphone will also run the Android 11 operating system with the OneUI 3.0 interface. Although there are not many leaks from the Wi-Fi Alliance website about the Samsung Galaxy F42 5G, it is thought that the smartphone is a rebranding of the Galaxy M42 5G series. Given that the Galaxy F series has become a rebranding version of the Galaxy M series for now.
Previously, there was also a leak regarding the Galaxy F42 5G specifications, which will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750 processor. Reportedly this processor will collaborate with 8GB RAM and up to 256GB of internal memory. In addition, the processor will also have 5G connectivity support and pack a 5,000 mAh capacity battery.
Talking about the camera, the Galaxy F42 5G will be equipped with four rear cameras, including a main resolution of 48MP. Meanwhile, the selfie camera will have a resolution of 20MP. It’s rumored that the smartphone is will also feature a 6.6-inch screen. Unfortunately, it is unknown when Samsung will launch the Galaxy F42 5G series and the price it will cost.