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Samsung Galaxy M40 India launch confirmed for June 11

27 May 2019 2

Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy M40 smartphone in India on June 11th. It means the official unveiling for next Galaxy M series phone is exactly two weeks away from today. The launch date and a few other details about the phone were revealed by well-known YouTuber Gaurav Chaudhary on his channel Technical Guruji.

In the video, he revealed that the Galaxy M40 will be coming with Samsung's Infinity-O display. It means the smartphone will simply be having a punch-hole in the display to house the front camera. This particular display was debuted by Samsung with the release of Galaxy A8s last year. It is meant to offer maximum possible viewing area without having to go for a notch that has been the trend among all Galaxy M series phones so far.

Under the hood, the mid-range smartphone will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor with Adreno 612 GPU. While Chaudhary did not mention it, previous reports have suggested 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage for the phone. The back panel will have a vertically-aligned triple rear camera setup where one should be a wide-angle sensor and one telephoto sensor.

The Samsung Galaxy M40 is claimed to cost somewhere around Rs. 20,000. If true, this pricing will definitely make it the best value for money Galaxy M smartphone so far. What do you think of the revealed features and expected price details of the phone? Would you be interested in buying one? Share your views with us in the comments section below.

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