Samsung Galaxy F42 5G appears on Wi-Fi Alliance website, likely a rebadged Galaxy M42 5G

Samsung could be very close to unveiling another budget smartphone with support, the Galaxy F42 5G. This much is known after the model appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. The listing shows that the model is in its final stages of development and could be launched soon, in the absence of any last-minute hurdle.

The website listing reveals the Galaxy F42 will arrive with support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac and has the model number SM-E426B/DS. The smartphone will also run on Android 11 with the OneUI 3.0 overlay.

Apart from these details, not much is revealed by the Wi-Fi Alliance website listing about ’s Galaxy F42 5G. However, it is believed that the Galaxy F42 is a rebadged Galaxy M42 5G. The Galaxy F series has been a rebranded version of the Galaxy M series for several cycles now. The Galaxy F52 5G was launched a couple of days back there are already rumors that the Galaxy M52 5G is already in the works with the same specs lineup. The tradition may continue, at least for the Galaxy F42 5G. If indeed, we have a rebranded M42 5G in the Galaxy F42 5G, we expect some decent improvements, while its basic functionalities may remain. Samsung Galaxy F42 5G WiFi Alliance

As per its specifications, the Galaxy F42 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. The chipset has 5G support, and the smartphone is expected to pack a 5,000mAh battery. In addition, the quad rear camera setup includes a 48MP primary camera, while a 20MP front camera is also present. Not much can be said about the nature of the 6.6-inch display, but improvements could be done to provide a better screen output.





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