Smartphones are growing, and there’s no getting around it. Of course, there is a limit, and in general the market has come close to it. Against the backdrop of huge flagships with 6.7-6.8-inch displays, six-inch smartphones already seem compact.
The Galaxy A line of the previous generation had one relatively compact model – the Galaxy A40. It is equipped with a 5.9-inch display. Today Samsung introduced the Galaxy A41, and if you would like to change the old model to a new one due to the size, we have bad news for you. The fact is that the Galaxy A41 is better than its predecessor, but it also got bigger, having received a display 6.1 inches diagonal. Yes, it is still smaller than most or all of the other brothers in the line, but still the Galaxy A40 was more compact.
Speaking of parameters, the novelty received a Super AMOLED display with Full HD + resolution, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash memory, a front camera with a resolution of 25 megapixels, the main triple with sensors with a resolution of 48, 8 and 5 megapixels, as well as a battery with a capacity of 3500 mAh support for 15-watt charging. The Galaxy A41 also stands out as a platform, as it is based on the SoC MediaTek Helio P65, which is also known as Helio G70. This is the first Galaxy A line of smartphones based on the MediaTek platform, but the most unexpected is the availability of water protection (IP6x / IPx8)! True, there is one but. The fact is that the Galaxy A41 is presented in Japan, and it is unclear whether it will appear outside of it. And even if it does, it’s not a fact that it will protect against water and dust. The device will be on sale in June.