After launching the Galaxy F62, Samsung has also unveiled two new premium phones – Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 under its popular A lineup. Moving on, the company is reportedly working on more new smartphones that will be launched in the Galaxy M series.
Now, the newly surfaced info reveals that the first M series phone having 5G connectivity will be launched soon as it cleared another certification. According to the new leak, the alleged Galaxy M42 5G with model number SM-M426B has cleared the NFC certification.
The NFC certificate ensures that this device supports contactless nearby payments. Other than this, the data doesn’t reveal anything about its specifications or the design.
Aside from this, the Galaxy M42 5G has recently proved by the Wi-Fi Alliance certification. Moreover, its Bluetooth certificate suggested that this upcoming 5G smartphone will be a rebadged version of the Galaxy A42 5G. As of now, you can take this info as a pinch of salt and we’ll keep you posted whenever new data arrives on this matter.
It is important to mention that the Galaxy A42 5G sports a 6.6″ Infinity-U display to deliver users a more immersive gaming and video streaming experience. At the rear, it has a quad-camera setup consisting of a 48-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 5-megapixel depth lens, and a 5-megapixel macro sensor.
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