Samsung adds another mid-range smartphone in their Galaxy M series lineup, the Galaxy M40. The new Galaxy M40 comes with Infinity-O display, triple-camera and best mid-range processor available in the market. This phone might seems familiar because it’s been already launched in China as Galaxy A60.
The Samsung Galaxy M40 comes with 6.3-inch PLS display, with a punch hole on the top left corner, packed with a 16MP selfie camera. Since it has no bezels around the display, the phone features screen sound technology, which transforms the display into a loudspeaker.
Talking about the internals, there is Snapdragon 675 chipset coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage, expandable up to 256GB via a micro SD card.
Further, coming to the camera, at the back, there is a 32MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide camera and 5MP depth sensor, stacked vertically, along with traditional flash just below. To back up the internals, there is a 3,500 mAh battery, with 15W fast charging with a compatible USB-C charger.
It runs on Android 9 Pie out of the box, with Samsung’s OneUI interface. Other features include Dolby Atoms support, NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, fingerprint sensor (rear mounted), gyro, proximity, compass, and accelerometer.
For pricing, the Galaxy M40 starts around $288, with Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue colors. So, expect the pricing around Rs. 35,000 only in Nepal