Along with the Galaxy F52 5G, Samsung is been rumored to launch the Galaxy F42 5G also known as the Galaxy M42 5G (SM-E426B). Lots of leaks have surfaced regarding this device but it’s nothing about its release date yet.
Now, another international standard body has certified the Galaxy F42 5G. From the documentation, the phone is a proper 5G mid-range smartphone with new Radio capabilities but no Wi-Fi 6. Meaning it’s lacking much in the way of close-range communications
Advance home networking is a very important feature you don’t want to miss in your smartphone in 2021. Including 5G and ditching Wi-Fi 6 is not something we thought we’d see easily in a smartphone. So, instead of Wi-Fi 6, the Galaxy F42 5G appears to be coming with the older Wi-Fi 5.
Brief Specs of the Galaxy F42 5G
Aside from no Wi-Fi 6, the phone has some pretty nice specs. Under hood, the phone will rock a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chipset, come with 6/8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, 6.6-inch HD+ panel, and a 48MP quad rear camera setup.
At the front will be a 20MP selfie camera and on the Wi-Fi issue, the device will at least offer support for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
The starting price of the Galaxy F42 5G (Galaxy M42 5G) is about $300. We don’t have any news regarding the actual release date. Also, it won’t be debuting in regions without 5G, which means we might likely see it in Europe and the United States.
We’ll sure bring an update when all the details about the device is available. So stay tuned and watch this space.