Samsung reportedly canceled Galaxy M41 to give priority to Galaxy M51, according to a rumor
Samsung may have decided to end the development of the Galaxy M41, according to information obtained by the South Korean industry. The details point out that the plans to use an OLED screen provided by the company CSOT did not go ahead.
We already talked about the Galaxy M41 here on TudoCelular: it would be the first intermediate smartphone from Samsung with a display manufactured by another company since Samsung itself uses the company’s screen division to reduce the costs of its devices.
Thus, instead of presenting the M41 that was planned for this month of June, which would have a 6.67-inch display of OLED technology manufactured by CSOT (against the 6.4 “LCD screen of the M40 manufactured by Samsung), the company should replace it with its debut with the new Galaxy M51.
The intermediary is also known to TudoCelular. He showed up last week in a benchmark record confirming that he is the model number SM-M515F with Android 10 and SM6150 chipset, better known by the trade name of Snapdragon 675, one of Qualcomm’s main intermediary platforms.
Sources point out that the M51 will offer a Super AMOLED screen manufactured by Samsung itself (plans to arrange another supplier may have ended with the M41 itself) with Full HD + resolution, biometric reader under the display, generous 5,000 mAh battery and more that you can read here. There is still no forecast of the global announcements.
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