Samsung Galaxy F41 – Samsung’s first F series with a 6,000mAh battery and a 64MP camera
From the beginning If the appearance and some main features Galaxy F41 looks familiar to you, you should know that you are not wrong because this phone is apparently the same Galaxy M31 previous Samsung, which was launched in the Indian market last February, and the only difference between them, apart from providing a new color for F41, is apparently only the removal of the macro camera from the back. According to Samsung, F41 was designed and manufactured in India and its production process was carried out in the “world’s largest mobile factory”, namely the Noida factory in Abalt, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Samsung has used the advertising slogan FullOn for this phone, which, according to the company, refers to the presence of everything in this model, from a large and high-quality screen to a high-resolution camera, large internal memory, and a powerful battery. The design of F41 is no different from M31, and here, too, the vertical arrangement of triple camera lenses is used on the left side of the back, and the selfie camera has been moved to the top of the screen in the form of a notch. The body and chassis of this model are apparently plastic, and it uses stepped coloring in the back part. The thickness and weight of the device is 8.9 mm and 191 grams, although both of them seem too much for a normal phone, but you can be satisfied with the high battery capacity.
The phone screen is a 6.4 sample. inch Super AMOLED with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, which, according to Samsung, supports 110% of the NTSC spectrum and has a contrast of 78,960:1 and a maximum brightness of 420 nits, among other features. Above the screen, we find the 32-megapixel f/2.0 selfie camera, which was also present in the M31, and although there is no autofocus, it apparently supports slow-motion capture and 4K video recording, both of which are low for a mid-range device. , are considered interesting points.
In the back part of the phone, we find two 64 and 8 megapixel cameras, and the third module in this section is also a 5 megapixel depth of field sensor. The main 64-megapixel camera of the device, which is placed in the middle of the other two sensors, takes photos as expected with a default resolution of 16 megapixels and has an aperture of f/1.8. The second 8-megapixel camera is an ultrawide model with a 123-degree field of view, which has an f/2.2 aperture and, as expected, lacks autofocus. Unlike the M31, the F41 does not have a 5-megapixel macro camera, which is one of the few differences between the two phones.
Single Take is the most prominent feature mentioned by Samsung in the camera section of this phone, through which you can take 7 photos and 3 videos from the scene ahead at the same time, and thus there will not be much worry about losing the best possible shot of the desired subject. had
The processing in this model is done with Samsung’s old 10 nm Exynos 9611 processor, which was introduced in Exynos 9610 in March 2018, it has been almost two and a half years now. In the structure of this processor, 4 2.3 GHz Cortex-A73 cores and 4 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53 cores are used, and Mali-G72 MP3 is responsible for graphics processing. The internal memory of the device is 128 GB, which can be upgraded to another 512 GB through a dedicated microSD slot. The RAM memory in both modes is fixed 6 GB of LPDDR4X type.
Battery Galaxy F41 One of the most important features of this model is that with a capacity of 6,000 mAh, it creates a very high durability expectation. According to Samsung, one charge of this battery can watch video for 26 hours. , 119 hours of music playback, 21 hours of web browsing and up to 48 hours of conversation are enough, although all these numbers were obtained in an ideal laboratory environment, but they still show a very high durability.
The charger provided with the F41 doesn’t look that great and with only 15 watts of power, it takes 160 minutes to charge the battery.
Samsung Galaxy F41 in three colors: black, blue and green with operating system Android 10 and OneUI user interface from October 16 (25 October 2019) with a base price of INR 16,999 (at the current exchange rate of nearly 232 US dollars) It is offered for 6GB/128GB storage and the 8GB RAM variant will be priced at Rs 17,999 ($246). These two prices will be reduced to 15,499 and 16,499 rupees (212 and 226 dollars, respectively) at the beginning of the device’s launch, and will probably return to the original prices after some time.