Samsung Galaxy M40 listed on Android Enterprise Recommended Program ahead of launch


Samsung’s revamped budget series, the Galaxy M Series has been a success so far with the devices such as Galaxy M10,  M20 and M30. We all know that Samsung has another M-Series in its warehouse which should be more powerful and feature packed than the existing M devices. The device which is confirmed to be the Galaxy M40 is all set to make its debut in India tomorrow, 11th June. Now, the device has made its appearance in the list of Android Enterprise Recommended devices.

The Galaxy M40 has been listed under non-ruggedized, non-zero touch Android Enterprise recommended the device. Well, although the listing states the device as Samsung 400,000. It is understandable as the device is yet to be launched so it won’t be wise to reveal the branding so soon. Nonetheless, the specs of the Galaxy  M40 aka 400,000 is in-line with the previous rumours and leaks. The listing features the Galaxy M40 showcasing its 6.3-inch Infinity-O display, and interestingly an additional button which should be none other than the Bixby key. Few specs, just for the namesake, are too highlighted on the Android Enterprise website.

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As per the listing, the Galaxy M40 should come with 6/128GB of storage option. It supports NFC and runs on Android Pie 9.0. Samsung is expected to launch only one storage variant of the Galaxy M40 in India as hinted by Asim Warsi –  Senior Vice President Samsung India, just recently. As of the pricing it’s expected to be around INR. 20,000 in India.



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