The Galaxy A family of Samsung reports good sales to the company. The proof of them is that the best-selling devices of the firm are not usually the big flagships, but devices like the Galaxy A40 are. Precisely, Samsung is immersed in the preparation of the next generation, which will presumably be released next year as Galaxy A42. We continue to know data from this device, which is shaping up to be one of Samsung’s cheap 5G stars for 2020.
Every time we have doubts that another interesting battle between manufacturers will take place in 2021, and that of affordable 5G mobiles. This technology will finally begin to truly democratize, in a world that will possibly be in need of options of this type in the face of the looming global crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, terminals such as the Samsung Galaxy A42 should take center stage.
More leaked features
The terminal continues to leak, so little by little we are shaping the puzzle of its technical features. On this occasion, the terminal has appeared in the famous Geekbench performance program and on the Safety Korea certification site. He Galaxy A42 scores 615 points in single-core tests and 1,799 in the multi-core ones, which shows that it will have a mid-range processor.
With a “cheap” Snapdragon
But the information goes further, since the “Lito” motherboard suggests that they will have a Snapdragon 765G, although recent leaks ensure that the device will release the Snapdragon 690 5G, an even cheaper chip but that will allow the terminal to connect to 5G networks. The report shows that the Galaxy A42 will feature 4 GB of RAM and Android 10 operating system.
Battery and memory
Safety Korea certification confirmed that the Galaxy A42 will have a 5,000 mAh battery, something that is corroborated since it was a data revealed by the 3C certification, which is believed to have support for fast charging. Previous reports have assured that it will come with a 128 GB storage memory and that it will be available in white, black and gray, in addition to four cameras on the back, and a single sensor on the front.
When will we see it?
If everything follows the marked roadmap, we shouldn’t be in a hurry to see the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G on the market. Let’s remember that the Galaxy A41 was presented last March, which puts us seven months to complete one year. However, the plans of all manufacturers have been disrupted since the beginning of the year, so it is not surprising to see changes in the form of an advance or even a delay in May. What we have little doubt about is that the terminal will continue to leak during these coming months.