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The New Samsung Galaxy A41 Arrives with IP68 Certification

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Samsung Galaxy A41

Samsung is bringing a feature of its high-end devices to mid-range mobiles. The new Samsung Galaxy A41 comes with IP68 resistance, a certification similar to the one we see in devices such as the Galaxy S20 or even the iPhone 11 Pro. Also, this new member of the Galaxy A range includes a triple camera and AMOLED screen, of which we are well aware.

The most interesting feature of this device is its IP68 certification. This makes the Galaxy A41 water and dust resistant. The IP6X rating means that the device is fully resistant to dust. While IPX8 means that the device can be submerged to a depth of 1 meter (or whatever the manufacturer says) for 30 minutes. Therefore, this phone is resistant to both dust and water.

It is important to note that the manufacturers mention that the warranty does not cover damage caused by liquids, so it is never recommended to deliberately submerge the device. This resistance serves to prevent the phone from being damaged in the event of accidental damage. For example, when spilling a glass of water.

Samsung Galaxy A41
Screen6.1-inch Super AMOLED with Full HD + resolution (2,400 x 1,080 pixels), 20: 9 ratio
Main camera48-megapixel main sensor and f / 2.0 focal aperture
8-megapixel secondary sensor (wide angle) and f / 2.2 focal aperture
5-megapixel tertiary sensor (depth)
Front Camers20 megapixel main sensor and focal aperture f / 2.2
Internal memory64 GB
ExtensionUnknown
Processor and RAMSamsung Exynos eight-core
4 GB RAM
Battery3,500 mAh with 15 W fast charge
OSAndroid 10 under Samsung One UI 2.0
ConnectionsWiFi, 4G, Bluetooth, GPS
SIMDual nano-SIM
DesignPolycarbonate
Colors: white, blue and black
DimensionsUnknown
Featured FeaturesIP68 protection, Fingerprint reader on the screen
Release dateSoon
PriceUnknown
Galaxy A41

In addition to water and dust resistance, the Galaxy A41 has a triple main camera. This is something we’re used to seeing on the company’s mid-range phones. In this case, the primary camera has a resolution of 48 megapixels. It is followed by a secondary 8-megapixel camera for wide-angle photography. The last sensor has a resolution of 5 megapixels. It is intended to capture the depth of field for portrait photography. The front camera, on the other hand, is 25 megapixels.

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AMOLED Screen and 3,500mAh Battery

As for the screen, the device has a 6.1-inch panel with Full HD+ resolution. It is a screen with Super AMOLED technology. This is good news, taking into account that it comes with the latest version of One UI, which allows us to apply the dark mode. The blacks on the AMOLED screens are pixel off, so we can save some more battery power. A 3,500 mAh battery capacity, which is perhaps just right for day-to-day use.

When it comes to performance, the Galaxy A41 has an Exynos eight-core processor. It comes in a single version with 4 GB of RAM, as well as 64 GB of internal storage. The phone comes with Android 10 and One UI 2.0, the latest version of the operating system.

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Price and Availability

Galaxy A41

The Samsung Galaxy A41 has been officially launched in Japan. At the moment we do not know when it will arrive worldwide, as Samsung has not yet confirmed its launch. However, we will likely see it in the market soon. The Galaxy A40, its previous generation, is currently on sale for a price of 200 euros.

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