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Samsung Galaxy M42 5G support page goes live, may launch in India soon

The Samsung Galaxy M42 5G phone’s India support page has gone live on the Samsung website, indicating the India launch of this phone. However, no information related to the smartphone is received through this page nor is its launch date revealed. However, the Samsung Galaxy M62 5G phone has been listed on many certification websites, so that some specifications can be found in this smartphone. This website includes Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG etc.

Support live on Samsung India website The page But the phone is listed with the model number SM-M426B / DS. To this model number Galaxy M42 5G It is believed to be linked to, because this model number has been listed on BIS certification even before this. Apart from BIS certification, the Galaxy M42 5G phone has also been spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG certification website some time back.

This model number received 3C and DEKRA certification last year. It is being said about the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G phone that it will work on Android 11 operating system and a 64-megapixel rear camera setup will be given in it. Apart from this, 128 GB and 6,000 mAh battery capacity can be given in the phone. Other specifications related to the Galaxy M42 5G are unknown at the moment.

While we are waiting for information related to the Samsung Galaxy M42 5G phone, there is a possibility that the Galaxy A42 5G phone can be launched soon. Samsung can launch many new devices in its mid range portfolio.

Significantly, Samsung Galaxy F62 smartphone will be launched in India in February Launch Has been done. This is the latest edition of the company’s F series, which debuted in October last year with the Galaxy F41. The Samsung Galaxy F62 phone can be given a hole-punch display design and quad rear camera setup. This phone can be equipped with the octa-core Exynos 9825 processor, which was introduced with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.<!–

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