The newest addition to the Samsung Galaxy M series will be the M40, with a hole-screen design and three rear cameras.
Samsung has introduced the budget-friendly Galaxy M series to compete thoroughly with Chinese manufacturers. Earlier this year, the company launched the Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M30. The company’s new M40 model was rumored to be on the market with high features. According to the latest news, the Samsung Galaxy M40 will be sold in India.
The Galaxy M40 comes with the traditional Exynos chipset instead of Snapdragon. The unit has 3 rear camera arrays, one with wide angle and one with a depth sensor. The chipset is powered by 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal memory.
The Galaxy M40 will be the first phone to come with the Android 9 Pie in the M series. The device will be extended with a 5,000 mAh battery and a 15W fast charge. On the front, there will be a hole-screen design and the screen will be AMOLED.