Unlike the recently released Galaxy A51 and A71, the Galaxy A41 will apparently sport an Infinity-U display. This means that it will not have a pinhole, but rather a waterdrop notch, as can be seen in the images.
If previous reports are anything to go by, the selfie camera will be 25-megapixels.
The report also claims that the screen will be flat and it will be between 6-inches and 6.1-inches.
This perhaps implies that it will sit below the Galaxy A51 and will be cheaper. However, it will still likely have the Galaxy A51's primary 48-megapixels camera.
The Galaxy A41 renders also show that the phone's bezels are largely indiscernible, with the exception of the bottom one.
The images also show the phone's rectangular triple camera array with an LED unit on the right. Onleaks seems quite confident about the presence of the aforementioned 48-megapixels sensor, but there is no word on the other two units.
The Galaxy A41 renders are bereft of the physical fingerprint scanner, implying that the handset will have an in-display one. It might be supplemented by a face unlock system.
Elsewhere, there are no surprises. The power button and volume keys are on the right and the SIM card tray is on the left.
The USB Type-C port and the speaker grill can be spotted at the bottom of the phone. It also has a 3.5mm audio jack.
The Galaxy A41 renders also add weight to reports that said the phone will be available in the colors black and white. However, they don't show the rumored red variant.
Apart From The Galaxy A41 Renders, Some Specifications Have Also Surfaced
Per the report, the phone will measure 150 x 70 x 7.9mm (8.9mm if you count the camera bump too).
Previously, the Galaxy A41 popped up on Geekbench. The phone apparently has the model number SM-A415F and it will be powered by the octa-core MediaTek Helio P65 SoC. The model spotted has 4GB of RAM and per rumors, the phone will be available in 64GB and 128GB storage versions.
The benchmarking site also says the phone runs One UI 2.0 on top of Android 10.
Other than this, not a whole lot is known. However, it seems like the phone is nearing launch, as its battery has reportedly been approved by Safety Korea. Apparently, the phone will pack in a 3,500mAh cell and support 15W fast charging.
Samsung has renewed its focus on the A series and per reports, the efforts are paying off. The company's midrangers offer the most sought out features at a fraction of the price of the Galaxy flagships.
Towards the end of 2019, the South Korean giant launched the Galaxy A51 and A71. Given that the Galaxy A40 was released in April 2019, we can hope to see the Galaxy A41 soon. Around the same time, the company might also announce the Galaxy A31.
However, there is also a possibility that the launch will get delayed because of the coronavirus.