The next phone in the lineup for Samsung that will be launched soon is Galaxy F42 5G. The images of the phone have been leaked in the past and have also been spotted on multiple certification platforms. Now, the phone has also passed the Geekbench and new details about it have been revealed. It confirms that the phone will have model number SM-E426B and will be powered using the Mediatek chipset Dimensity 700.
Mediatek dimensional chipset presence has been increasing at a fast rate for many smartphone companies and it seems that Samsung will be using it more often in the budget or mid-range category smartphones from now on. The details revealed about the phone also confirm that it will be running on the Android 11 operating system and will be paired with RAM up to 6GB. The phone scored 559 on a single core and 1719 on the multi-core test. The phone is also expected to have a large 6.6-inch display which will be full HD+ and have a refresh rate of 90Hz.
The phone is also expected to come with a triple camera setup which will most probably have a 48MP primary camera sensor. It is expected to come with a 5,000 mAh battery along with 15W fast charging support. The fingerprint will be integrated with the power button on the side. Samsung has not confirmed any details regarding the launch of this smartphone but it is expected to launch somewhere around next month in August. Until the launch is officially announced, we can expect more leaks to surface up online.