So far, Samsung has upgraded its Galaxy A50 & A70 of last year with the Samsung Galaxy A51 & Galaxy A71 that were announced last year. Similarly, all the other Galaxy A series phones like Galaxy A20, A30, A40, etc. will also be upgraded in the form of Galaxy A21, A31, A41, etc. respectively.
While we haven’t heard about any of these phones for a while, the Samsung Galaxy A41 showed up on Geekbench today, which revealed the SOC that will be powering this device.
The Galaxy A41 showed up with the model number SM-A415F & the SOC powering it is from MediaTek, not from Qualcomm or Samsung itself. It is mentioned as the MT6768 & we know that it’s the MediaTek Helio P65. Helio P65 is an octa-core SOC featuring an octa-core CPU with a combination of ARM Cortex-A75 & A55 cores and the Arm Mali-G52 2EEMC2 GPU.
It also supports the 48 Megapixel camera sensor. In fact, there are leaks pointing towards the Galaxy A41 coming with a 48 Megapixel primary rear camera. Other camera specs that have leaked include a 25MP front-facing camera & a 2 Megapixel macro lens on the back. We also know that there is a 3,500mAh battery inside. Geekbench reveals that there is 4GB RAM & Android 10 runs out of the box. We know already that the base variant has 64GB storage.