First Galaxy F Series Smartphone Offers Record Battery Capacity

Samsung’s first F-series smartphone, Galaxy F41, debuts in India. Samsung says it has developed the smartphone with Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart for Gen Z and millennial consumers. The smartphone is 8.9mm thick and features a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Full HD + display with a drop-shaped camera cutout at the top of the screen.

The F41 is powered by an eight-core Exynos 9611 processor with 6 GB of RAM. Samsung will offer the F41 in 64GB and 128GB configurations. There’s also the option to add up to 512GB of additional storage via a microSD card.

All components are powered by a massive 6000mAh battery. However, this capacity takes longer to recharge, given that the device only comes with a modest 15W USB-C power adapter.

Other notable features include a rear-positioned fingerprint scanner and face unlock. By default, the smartphone comes with Android 10 and Samsung One UI preinstalled.

For photography, the smartphone has a set of three cameras, which includes a 64-megapixel main sensor. It is also accompanied by an 8-megapixel camera with a 123-degree ultra-wide angle lens, as well as a 5-megapixel depth sensor for portraits and live focus. The smartphone will come with a “Single Take” feature that allows you to take seven photos and three videos at the same time with one touch. The idea here is that Single Take will help you never miss the moment. Users can also use the camera to shoot 4K video.

Indian consumers will be able to purchase the Galaxy F41 starting October 16. Samsung will offer the smartphone in three colors: Fusion Black, Fusion Blue, and Fusion Green.

The 64GB model will retail for $ 232, while the 128GB variant will cost $ 246. It is not yet known when the smartphone will go on sale in other countries.