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Samsung Galaxy M40 latest teasers confirm Infinity O display and triple rear cameras

29 May 2019 2

The South Korean giant Samsung is all set to unveil the latest best Galaxy M-lineup phone on June 11th in India. The Galaxy M40 will be exclusively released via Amazon.in. Ahead of the official announcement the company released a number of teasers which gives us a pretty good idea regarding what to expect in terms of specs and design.

The Galaxy M40 will be the first smartphone of M-lineup with Infinity O display panel. So far all Galaxy M-lineup phones have a notch at the top of the display. The bezels are ultra-thin from the edges. Under the hood, the device will be running on the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 600 series chipset. The rear side has a triple cameras setup.

The teaser image confirms the fingerprint scanner is on the rear side in the center. The triple rear cameras are aligned vertically at the top left corner. Recently the well-known Youtuber Gaurav Chaudhary revealed the details of Galaxy M40 launch on June 11th in India.

The Galaxy M40 Geekbench listing suggests the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 SoC is powering the phone with 6GB RAM. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie straight out of the box with OneUI 1.1 skin over it. The built-in native storage is 128GB.

Samsung fans will have to wait two more weeks for the official announcement of Galaxy M40. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Galaxy M40 official teasers in the comments section below. Stay tuned.


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