The Samsung Galaxy 41 is received in our office, and we are preparing for our review gauntlet to figure out if it’s a decent buy.
Android 41 comes into Prisma, Crush, Black-Prism-a Crush of White-Prism Blue Crush color, and we received the black version, which shimmers a rainbow of colors, from various points of view.
The package comes with the usual paperwork, in addition to the headphones, earphones, and a USB-C cable, and a 15W power adapter.
The Galaxy is 41 and has a Helio P65 SoC at the helm, and it runs on Android-set of 10 on the basis of An ONION and 2 out of the box. It is available in a single memory configuration of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. But don’t worry, because the smartphone case has a special slot for a microSD card for storage expansion.
The Galaxy, 41, is built around a 6.1-inch TOUCH-Such as You, the appearance of the 2400×1080-pixel resolution. It has a waterdrop notch in the top of the 25MP selfie camera, and a fingerprint reader for biometric authentication.
The back cover of the Galaxy 41, which has a prism-like pattern, which is home to a single-camera setup is placed in the upper left-hand corner. It is a combination of in-48MP-main-8 MEGAPIXELS ultrawide, and a 5MP camera, depth sensor systems.
For the love of the whole package to be up and running, a 3500 mAh battery, which is a bit too small by today’s standards of the industry. However, as Samsung has optimized the software is, you still have to be fun, stamina, and even with a cell of the same size.
Our review is in progress, so stick around to find out if the Galaxy device 41, it is well worth your money.