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Samsung Galaxy M42 to become the first 5G smartphone in M-Series

Back in 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy M-series devices for the first in India. If we go by the company’s past launches we see the Galaxy M-series lineup is mainly targeted at the Asian and European markets. Usually, the M-series consist of devices that offer some excellent specs at a decent price. The first 5G device to launch in the Galaxy M-lineup could be the Samsung Galaxy M42.

Samsung Galaxy M42 Wi-Fi Alliance listing

The model number, in particular, is significant as past international versions of 5G Samsung devices have all sported the B/DS marking which means the M42 will also be a 5G phone. The evidence of the Samsung Galaxy M42 is revealed by the Wi-Fi Alliance certification, which suggests that the device will most likely be just the rebranded Galaxy A42 5G.

Samsung Galaxy M42 Wi-Fi Alliance listing

The Samsung Galaxy M42 specifications and features

 The Galaxy M42 will also mostly retain similar specs as that of the Galaxy A42 5G. It features a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED display and powered by Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 750 5G SoC, which is aided with 4/6/8GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The Samsung Galaxy A42 5G runs Android 10 out of the box and is promised to get an Android 11 update. It sports a 48MP quad-camera setup and has a 20MP front-facing camera. The previous leak suggests that Samsung Galaxy M42 might feature a 64MP camera setup at the back. The device could pack in a 6000mAh, as it was revealed by 3C certification last year.

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