Samsung Galaxy M40 shows up in Wi-Fi certification and May launch soon

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Samsung had started to aim at India with its latest lineup of the Galaxy M SeriesGalaxy M10, M20, and the M30. Samsung also recently unveiled its Galaxy A70 with outstanding specifications and the Galaxy 20e. The South Korean giant Samsung could be adding a new smartphone named Galaxy M40 very soon.

The new Samsung Galaxy M Series smartphone with the codename SM-M405F/DS is spotted on the Wi-Fi Certification Website. The Model number clearly follows the naming convention of the Galaxy M family. The upcoming smartphone is expected to be the Galaxy M40 – the latest smartphone to join Samsung’s Galaxy M series. Although, the Wi-Fi listing doesn’t reveal anything else than the Android 9.0 Pie running on the top of the Galaxy M40.

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According to some reports and expectations, the Galaxy M40 will continue to increase the display size. It will sport an FHD+ Super AMOLED display, in-house developed by Samsung. The phone may be sporting Exynos 7904 chipset, the same as on the Galaxy M30. It may come with a triple rear camera setup, including a 13-megapixel Primary, 8-megapixel Wide Angled, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. The smartphone may be having a 20-megapixel camera for selfies with features like live focus and more. It is speculated to come with a 5,000mAh battery along with an 18W Type-C charger in the box.

SOURCEWi-Fi Alliance
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