We've already talked to you about the last few weeks of the new Galaxy A series on which Samsung is working: after launching the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71, it seems that the Korean house will soon launch Galaxy A31 and A41 as well. more and more rumors about it Samsung Galaxy A41 that seems to come out with a camera 48MP main: a nice improvement if you think that the Galaxy A40 has a main camera with 16MP resolution. A detail about the Samsung processor recently appeared on the Geekbench benchmark database Galaxy A41 which apparently will be powered by a MediaTek processor.
Samsung Galaxy A41
According to what is read in the Geekbench platform it seems that the new one A41 will be equipped with the processor MediaTek Helio P65.Samsung seems to have collaborated with MediaTek for the realization of this processor which according to some rumors could use the 5G chip of MediaTek also on other smartphones of the Galaxy A 2020 series.The site also reveals that the new device will have 4 GB of RAM and run Android 10.
The presence of the MediaTek chip on the Galaxy A41 suggests that it could be a ODM device: i.e. it could be made in China by a third party manufacturer rather than directly by Samsung Helio P65 They seem to be: two Cortex-A75 performance cores and six Cortex-A55 efficiency cores, but based on a 12 nm processor. As we have already announced, recently the camera and battery specifications for the device. The A41 is said to have a camera 48MP main accompanied by a 2MP macro and a camera front of 25 MP. However not yet known for certain how many cameras there will be on the back in total. The capacity of the battery seems to be more or less confirmed a 3,500 mAh, a considerable jump compared to the 3,100 mAh battery that powers the Galaxy A40.