The tech giant, Samsung has launched its highly anticipated Galaxy S10 Series and the Galaxy A Series last month. The Galaxy A Series included Samsung Galaxy A10, A30 & A50. The company is not coming slow and is now all set to release another handset of the Galaxy A series. The Galaxy A40 was spotted at Geekbench last month. Now Samsung Galaxy A40 Gets FCC Certified with Android Pie.
Samsung Galaxy A40 will have a Smaller Screen than Other Galaxy A series Variant
According to the certification, A40 will sport a 5.7-inch display which is smaller than the displays on A10, A30, and A50. Connectivity options on the A40 include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5.0 LE. The A30 and A50 both come with USB Type-C, so it’s safe to say that the A40 will also have it too.
The Galaxy A40 passed through Geekbench back in January with an Exynos 7885 SoC, 4 GB RAM, and Android Pie. It will cost around $280.
In addition to all that, the Samsung A40 will reportedly have an AMOLED display. The smartphone may have an in-display fingerprint reader as well as the dual camera setup. However, we are still not sure about any of these specs as it is in the pipeline of rumors right now. There had been no official words about its launch date by the company yet. Let’s see when will Galaxy A40 hit the market.